Originally Posted by Kamau
Can't blame the union on this one. They took a reduction in pay the last go round. Gotta look at the CEO who just got a huge bonus, or the pay raises of the executives got.
It funny, when a product is doing well, the executives take all the credit. But when there are problems, blame the workers and the union.
Credit to the Teamsters, they agreed to the new contract, recognizing there was no other option. It was the Bakers union who rejected it. In fact the Teamsters put out a statement saying the concessions were necessary, and they were disappointed other stakeholders (Bakers union but didn't call them by name) were unwilling to cooperate. Plus it was a court-ordered contract, the executives had nothing to do with it.