[rescue] Cluesticks (was Mounting and Dumping)
Charles Shannon Hendrix
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Mon Jan 19 14:09:58 CST 2004
Sun, 18 Jan 2004 @ 13:22 +0000, Mike Meredith said:
> On Sat, 17 Jan 2004 18:08:18 -0800 (PST), Lionel Peterson wrote:
> > --- Nathan Raymond <nate at portents.com> wrote:
> > > All of which reminds me, tech workers really should get organized
> > IMHO, this will *never* happen, because, really, despite recent
> > events, Tech Workers are treated pretty well. Successful unions are
> > built on the backs of the chronicly mis-treated workers (think coal
> > miners, seamstresses, etc.), not on the sporadically impacted
> > professional...
> In the UK at least, there are unions for many kinds of workers who have
> never been mistreated ... or at least not to the extent that coal-miners
> were. For example teachers, education psychologists, civil service
> workers and managers, etc.
Isn't it like that in Europe too?
Unions are quite a bit different across the Atlantic than they are in
the US, from everything I have heard.
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