‘Part of Isbisters pickiness, he says, comes from an avoidance of workers with experience in a union-type job. ‘
Unless the job applicant’s last job was in a right-to-work state, he probably didn’t have much choice as to whether or not he was in a union. Turning the applicant down for that reason alone, if he has a good skill-set, work record etc. may be ill-advised.
posted on 11/26/2012 9:53:17 AM PST
(Political campaigns should follow Johnny Mercer's advice--Accentuate the positive.)
I suspect he means someone who wants to negotiate. There was an article in my home town paper a while ago complaining that Union Pacific couldn't find "good workers" because of the oil boom in North Dakota. Seems they wanted to pay minimum wage for welders and diesel techs, who were able to make six figures in N. Dakota.
UP also blamed education.
posted on 11/26/2012 10:00:16 AM PST
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