No. of Recommendations: 3
I would be surprised if such a strike amounts to much.


Employees are usually very reluctant to strike, and the article makes it sound like a poorly organized, improvised effort. That's not likely to inspire much support by employees asked to place the livelihood of their families on the line.

And you organize unions by talking to employees on the inside, not in newspapers.

Perhaps there's more to this than is apparent from the newspaper article, but I'm not impressed based on that.



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