Don't get me wrong. I don't hate unions. They do have thier pro's. But unions also have thier con's. And lately those con's have been outweighing the benefits of the pro's. When unions first start out they are great. But eventually, just like corporations, they grow too big and start to become a burden. Causing everything attached to them to fail.
IMO the very thing that is argued for employee's should be argued for companies also. Yeah yeah, thats what "negotiating" is suppose to do. But that "negotiating" table is very one sided and favors unions. Look what happened with Boeing when they tried to open up a plant in a RTW state. The unions forced them to not do it via the courts. No amount of employee's should be able to stop a company from building a factory elsewhere...no matter the reason. Even if Boeing was doing it to get away from unions they had that right. Because no one has a right to work. Or more precisely they have a right to work, but not a right to work at a specific company if that company does not want them.