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    Re: Federal appeals court strikes down union notification requirement

    In today's information age, is it unreasonable to assume people cant educate themselves on what their union organizing rights are?

    Or alternately contact UAW, UMW, Teamsters, SEIU or any other large union organization via phone and find out what's what.

    It should not be the responsibility of the employer to tell workers what they need to do to organize a union, that should be on the unions.

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    Re: Federal appeals court strikes down union notification requirement

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Fabulous View Post
    Since when is it the responsibility of the employer to promote unionization?

    This is exactly what the court ruled on and they ruled correctly.
    How is posting people their rights "promoteing unionization"?


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    Re: Federal appeals court strikes down union notification requirement

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
    How is posting people their rights "promoteing unionization"?
    Can unionized employers, like most federal and state workers for instance, exercise that same "right" to post that employees could choose NOT TO join the union? Is this type of notification something that you would find on the bulletin board in the teachers lounge?
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    Re: Federal appeals court strikes down union notification requirement

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Fabulous View Post
    Can unionized employers, like most federal and state workers for instance, exercise that same "right" to post that employees could choose NOT TO join the union?
    Yes. Just because you have the right to join the union it does not mean you have to join or try to unionize. You can choose not to be in a union.


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    Re: Federal appeals court strikes down union notification requirement

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
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    Read more @: Federal appeals court strikes down union notification requirement - latimes.com

    More and more anti labor decisions and acts. When will it ever end? The National Assn. of Manufacturers called these posters "aggressive".. How is posting something on a wall notifying people of their rights "aggressive"? We might as well take down minimum wage posters, workplace safety posters now as well, since hey you know they notify people of their rights..
    Perhaps if unions hadn't abused their position over the years they might still be thriving. However, since many unions become entrenched and then spend all their time on feathering the union leadership's pockets and conducting political campaigns, they've lost their reason for existence. Most intelligent workers have come to understand that with the abundance of government legislation/protections in place they've got better ways to spend their hard earned money than on union dues.
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    Re: Federal appeals court strikes down union notification requirement

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    Perhaps if unions hadn't abused their position over the years they might still be thriving. However, since many unions become entrenched and then spend all their time on feathering the union leadership's pockets and conducting political campaigns, they've lost their reason for existence. Most intelligent workers have come to understand that with the abundance of government legislation/protections in place they've got better ways to spend their hard earned money than on union dues.
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    Re: Federal appeals court strikes down union notification requirement

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    Perhaps if unions hadn't abused their position over the years they might still be thriving. However, since many unions become entrenched and then spend all their time on feathering the union leadership's pockets and conducting political campaigns, they've lost their reason for existence. Most intelligent workers have come to understand that with the abundance of government legislation/protections in place they've got better ways to spend their hard earned money than on union dues.
    I think a lot of the problem lies in the absolute indisputable fact that Americans have no product loyalty, no loyalty to goods made in the United States, and are not willing to pay union labor rates for widgets.
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    Re: Federal appeals court strikes down union notification requirement

    It figures that unions want to force employers to do something against their will. People have the responsibility to know their own rights. It is not your employers job to tell you of your rights. If you can't be arsed to learn it on your own, then that is your own stupid ass fault.

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    Re: Federal appeals court strikes down union notification requirement

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    It figures that unions want to force employers to do something against their will. People have the responsibility to know their own rights. It is not your employers job to tell you of your rights. If you can't be arsed to learn it on your own, then that is your own stupid ass fault.
    The police are required to inform you of your rights when arrested.


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    Re: Federal appeals court strikes down union notification requirement

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post

    So how are unions and the right to join a union unconstitutional?
    that is not what i stated, i stated their is no labor, or unions in the constitution, meaning their is no federal authority. concerning them.

    it does not mean people cannot join a union, or create a union, but the federal government cannot be involved in such activity at all.

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