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Good job unions (Hot Cross Puns)

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I don't know if competing unions would work, I guess it would depend on what you mean by competing though.

What might work is smarter union's, because in this case the bakers union was incredibly stupid. The company was probably going to go under eventually anyway, but they could have at least arranged for it to last a little longer to give employees a shot at finding other work.

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Forcing employers to pay more than what a persons job is worth.....since when did that start making business go out of business?

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so the baker's union umm, rolled over?

but as i asked earlier. im sure the exit strategy was already done and those workers will be able to dip in their union fund and apply for job training or be able to go back to school right? right?

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so the baker's union umm, rolled over?

They couldn't rise to the occasion.

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They overestimated the business's ability to flour-ish.

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Crusty union reps couldn't revive stale negotiations.

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Some of the bakers were talking about croissant the picket line, now it's too late.

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