Strikes originate from anger

Strikes are not really in the interests of either party as each is damaged. Some damage is immediate but much is long term and may surface as further confrontation later. For the employer they are immensely costly. Most strikes result from feelings of anger, frustration and powerlessness. There is a perception that this government is […]

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Strikes originate from anger

Strikes are not really in the interests of either party as each is damaged. Some damage is immediate but much is long term and may surface as further confrontation later. For the employer they are immensely costly. Most strikes result from feelings of anger, frustration and powerlessness. There is a perception that this government is […]

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Drawing non-union members into disputes

Bob Crow, of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Trade Union, and others seem keen to draw non-union members into any future disputes over pay, pensions or cuts. It is a disturbing suggestion. In the 1970s I joined a Trade Union, not to protect myself from my employer but to protect myself from the Trade Union. […]

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