Then it should've been up to the state of NJ to determine whether or not they met the proper criteria/qualifications, NOT the unions. Bottom line is that the union thugs wanted to get paid, they didn't give a damn about safety.<quoted text>
The state of New Jersey would be liable for the injury of any person and it would be a factor to them of the certifications and qualifications of those working in their state. Rather ironic and hypocritical that you fight for these Alabama worker to work in the state of New Jersey when you give them no rights of security of their jobs in their own state where they could be fired anytime. The union does give this security. The typical Republican double standard.
I was supporting the AL workers only because of a disaster that occurred and their willingness to volunteer to help. I find it ironic and hypocritical that you preach how we should love, support, and help thy neighbors.....but only if they agree to your union demands.
Therein lies the problem with your unions, they allow those who perform well below the job standards to keep their employment.....as long as they continue to pay their union dues,(and I know you have some fellow co-workers who should've retired years ago to make way for younger, smarter, brighter teachers).
BTW, AL is a right to work state. That means ANY employee is allowed to join a union if they choose, they just can't be FORCED to join a union regardless of their wishes.
Concerning someone being fired, I always told my employees that I had never fired anyone...people fire themselves!