BA strike: union boss flies off on holiday to Cyprus - with easyJet
Tony Woodley, the union leader whose British Airways strikes are disrupting the travel plans of thousands, has flown to Cyprus with easyJet for a week's holiday.
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#1 Jun 6, 2010
Unions are for wussies who cant stand the heat and function on the job, based on their own merits, and they should be abolished.
Unions are similar to Politics, both self-important, do-nothings, that do what they can to appear necessary, and as if acting in the best interest of the majority. The reality is they are self-serving fiefdoms, with little minion followers who think they are being done a favor, under the pretense of helping to protect their jobs. What baloney.
Often the job protection is for people who would have lost their jobs long ago, due to poor, or inadequate performance. This leads us back to the only obvious union benefit: which is the blind leading, and protecting the blind.
Tony Woodley, and all his counterparts in the USA, need a whack in the head, or worse.
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