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Old 10-13-2005, 11:41 PM   #16
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Completely ignored me. This is why I hate big corporations.


Time to sue management.
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Pssst... Zoomy, fire him!




I would remind you that all 'firings' as you so delicately put it were in fact declared illegal under the Employer Responsibility (Enforcement Provisions) Order of 2003.
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zootlesque,

i didn't hear you. please speak louder, and more clearly.

thank you,

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So...we are looking at a management lockout?

Mr. spokesman...

Please tell us that SOME contract issues have been discussed at this point. How many issues have been cleared off the table? Are they work rules? Shift premiums?

I do believe we need to look at a "cooling off period" before the National Internet Mediation Board comes in and mediates...that is unless the Internet Management of the "guild" decides to reject mediation.

I want some more info please!
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Who will be the scab posters should there be a lock-out?
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please speak to your union representative about your concerns. they're not of management's direct concern.
I would remind you that as a Category Grade 2A (or higher) employee I have in fact the rights of both an employee and a non-employee, put together, and then multiplied by 3.5, and accordingly am exempt from any requirement to liaise with a 'union representative' about anything.

Also it is my moral (though by no means contractual) duty to inform you to advise the Human Resource Director that I still have that videotape and would she like it back (ahem. snigger)
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i nominate zoney as the posters guild of message board internets union rep!!

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zootlesque,

i didn't hear you. please speak louder, and more clearly.

thank you,

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uh huh.... typical.

I SAID... DON'T CALL ME, MY LAWYER WILL BE IN TOUCH WITH YOU!!!

Have a nice day.
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Who will be the scab posters should there be a lock-out?
anyone with a post count over 10 000!
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I SAID... DON'T CALL ME, MY LAWYER WILL BE IN TOUCH WITH YOU!!!

You're learning.
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You're learning.
There's always Plan B.......



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Finally, I demand to have some cake, and I demand to have it NOW.
What do you think this is, Church of England?
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What do you think this is, Church of England?



For financeguy, there's no cake option.... only death.
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So...we are looking at a management lockout?

Mr. spokesman...

Please tell us that SOME contract issues have been discussed at this point. How many issues have been cleared off the table? Are they work rules? Shift premiums?

I do believe we need to look at a "cooling off period" before the National Internet Mediation Board comes in and mediates...that is unless the Internet Management of the "guild" decides to reject mediation.

I want some more info please!
zoney,

these big issues have indeed been verbally discussed, but both sides remain entrenched with the their own respective positions and absolutely no progress can be reported on any of the issues mentioned in the initial letter.

a "cooling off period" is already in effect due to the guild's insistance of walking away from the table as soon as they don't like what they're hearing. it's management's position that talks get underway immediately to try and solve the issues at hand before a lockout gets underway.

in regards to scabs, this is the last time we will acknowledge the question, and i reiterate - we are not considering scabs at the moment, but we will explore our options down the road whatever they may be, should the lockout that may or may not take place, still be in effect.

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