PM_ME_NAUGHTY_PIC12 karma2019-11-20 21:57:28 UTC
If your benefits at this point are 20 years behind, have you guys tried striking before? At what point do you think the company will give in to your demands?
What is a better quality of life for you? is it the benefits or the hours that you are upset about? If they constantly violate rules won't they be able to agree to the demands in order to end the strike, but then continue to violate the agreement?
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PM_ME_NAUGHTY_PIC2 karma2019-11-20 22:17:12 UTC
I understand the need for more vacation, though definitely not to the point you do since my weeks are only 50-60 hours.
Do you get paid overtime for the extra hours or are you salaried? Also who gets the money from the fines that the company pays everytime they break your agreement?
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