Their house/their rules:v4jr4 wrote:Well, we got our own "freak" set. There are gentler way to clean those mess, and we don't have to drag other people down for that (unless if it's necessary). I understand that not all people comprehend "their house, their rule" kind of thing. But as for this strike, I wonder if they think about the consequences, rather than throwing out threats like "I'm going home".zzm9980 wrote:Yet another case on this forum "well it isn't happening to me, so freak them."
If any of us worked in any position with numerous equivalent peers, no matter whether we were happy with our opening contracts or not, we'd all be furious those equivalent peers received much better raises/bonuses solely based on race.
edit: And let me add the disclaimer that I'm generally anti-labor union, and often don't side with strikers. In this case though, not that I agree with them, but I don't necessarily disagree with them either. They're getting shafted, and just because other dis-similar groups of people may getting shafted more so is not valid justification.
Sh*t happens, no matter what
For the bus drivers, I imagine they knew there was/is a good chance they'll be on their way back to PRC never to return.
For those of us who fail to find major fault in the drivers actions (like myself), this doesn't really apply, unless on of their rules is that I'm not allowed to have an opinion on this.
And who was dragged down in this? So the bus was delayed for some commuters? Boo freak hoo?