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    Re: Ikea's Minimum Wage Hike Was So Successful, It's Raising Wages Again

    Quote Originally Posted by Moon View Post
    Recipes, processes and training.
    Uh no. The reason is they WANT to work and the company has taken on the responsible position of keeping employees happy.

    Now there's a concept.
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    Re: Ikea's Minimum Wage Hike Was So Successful, It's Raising Wages Again

    Quote Originally Posted by ernst barkmann View Post
    i don't get along with anyone, if they believe in forcing people to do things against their will.
    The constitution disagrees with you. Freedom of assembly is a right and so is collective bargaining. So your opinion is light years behind the times.
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    Re: Ikea's Minimum Wage Hike Was So Successful, It's Raising Wages Again

    Quote Originally Posted by jet57 View Post
    The constitution disagrees with you. Freedom of assembly is a right and so is collective bargaining. So your opinion is light years behind the times.
    Sure, they are both protected, but how is mandatory union membership in any way "freedom of assembly"?
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    Re: Ikea's Minimum Wage Hike Was So Successful, It's Raising Wages Again

    Quote Originally Posted by jmotivator View Post
    Sure, they are both protected, but how is mandatory union membership in any way "freedom of assembly"?
    Ya'know that's really for another thread. But it's through the democratic process.

    Start a thread on it and we can have a go.
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