Thread: Economics Strikes dont always work.
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Old 11-14-2012, 02:38 PM   #37
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Have you ever been involved in high stakes negotiations? False threats are made all the time. So are real ones. The people on the other side make the best decision they can based on the facts that they have, and sometimes the result is worse than what they had hoped, or what they think is a bluff gets called.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not crying for these workers. They took the risk and it looks like they lost. I'm just saying I don't understand why anyone would actually be happy about it.




I represent companies (though not in labor situations), and I have made those same arguments. Believe me, I know. I absolutely know.

Our country needs to realize what? This isn't some super-secret. Meanwhile, some companies take advantage of their workers all the time. And some workers take advantage of their companies. It's the push-pull of the world. People get hurt all the time by it. People who own companies get hurt sometimes too. That's capitalism.
How do companies take advantage of employees. There is no such thing as indentured servitude in this country. Employees can leave at any time for any reason.
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