The last sentence of Rule III is in conflict with Rule II.
Mikey: you suggest that rejecting an endorsement from a union that represents employees that you might someday manage is a good idea? It may be politically popular to hate the PPA right now, but our future Mayor will have to work with them.
@24: No Oregon is not a "right to work" state. And, that is not what right to work means. Right to work is a euphemism for outlawing clauses in a collective bargaining agreement that require a person pay a union dues (a union shop) or even representational costs incurred by a union (agency fee payer shop) as a term and condition of employment. It is still double speak, as the Union cannot discriminate against people who chose not to pay dues. What you mean, it "at will." Get your facts straight before you condescend.
Sec. 8(a)(3) of the NLRA prohibits discrimination based on union activity with regards to any term and condition of employment. So, increased scrutiny would be a violation. Regarding the other question, we turn to what is known as the Wright Line Defense. If Ryan can prove that the actions were motivated by his union activity, then the burden shifts to New Seasons that they would have terminated him for this violation regardless of his union activity.
It should be allowed... Unless, there is only one shitter. I'm all for making the most of your bio-breaks.
The guy already has two trademark qualities of the douche bag: goatee and bleached blonde spiky hair. He is beyond all hope, and has fully embraced his inner douchebaggery.
I would agree that the two are not mutually exclusive. A union supporter can be pro-employer as well.
I'm not following how you are connecting my pointing out that "entitlements" is a term used by the right to somehow demeaning human rights efforts. Nevertheless, by doing so you seem to be in agreement that health care and a living wage are rights. You further state that these rights are not being denied by Dosha. That leaves me wondering, what rights are these union supporters claiming that has lead you to believe they have a misplaced sense of entitlement?
And yes, people steal shit. Drug Addicts, teenagers, poor people, cashiers... CEO's, business owners, and some union officers too. Unions just have more people watching for it.
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