Unions and management are both to blame. The only thing union wants is to
make the most money with the minimum amount of work. And they like to keep
others from doing their job. My cousin at Ford can't even bring his
presentation documents from one building to another, because the union said
he is doing their job clasification. Unfortunately, the same hold of
management in GM. They make millions because they are friends with the board
member. They all pat each other in the back. So down they go in a death
spiral. The only thing is management usually makes it out rich while the
workers loose their benefits.
If I were the union, I would stress survival of the company, and demand a
say in decisions.
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