Port workers back on the job after deal ends costly strike
Trucks line up on Pier J Avenue. as they wait to get in to Cosco, one of the few terminals open during the clerical workers strike, in the Port of Long Beach on December 3, 2012.
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#1 Dec 5, 2012
The Holiday Strike was phenominally expensive for the Ports customers. But, all is not for nothing.
From this time forward California Unions sent a clear message to the Nation and the World that Calif is a very, very expensive place to do business. Choosing Calif exposes the Businesses to unnecessary Risks which can cost Businesses millions if not billions of dollars in easily avoided losses.
If ANY Business can find any viable alternative to Anti Business California it is definitely in their best interests to do so.
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