So, where was the money to come from if they were teetering on bankruptcy? Hmm?
I mean, nobody wants to admit they ate nine cans of ravioli, but I did, and I'm ashamed of myself.
It's irrelevant because the deed is done. The employees are now unemployed. The company was in Chapter 11, for whatever reason, and the union wanted to lay more expenses on an insolvent company at the worst possible time. Now, I am not saying that seeking a better quality of life is wrong. Nope, didn't say that. What I am saying is that doing it at a time when your actions are suicidal from an employment perspective is short-sighted. They should have taken what they could get and then went back to the negotiating table once the company recovered, it is were to ever recover. But now we'll never know, will we?
15,000 people are out of work JTAM. The fact that management were douches isn't going to make those jobs come back.
As meathead would say, it is ALWAYS both sides that are to blame. It's just the percentage of blame isn't always evenly shared.
http://www.foxbusiness.com/industrie...ostess-brands/) And at that point, they can try negotiating with the new owners.
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Class warfare. Blame the worker because he wants a good wage.
You'll have to forgive 35Pete(R), with all his free thinking, on some things he is at heart still a repug.
Sorry that those folks lost their jobs, but America would be better off without Twinkies.