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Sunday, January 4, 2015
Unions Are Full of Donkey Poop
None of that is the point.
We will call her store Weber's Fine Foods to protect the identity of both my wife, and the store she works for.
The fact is that Weber's Fine Foods is a union store. And as such of course she will be required to join the union to work there. So with that there is also a union orientation, which is really code word for "presentation and propaganda spewing."
"Do not shop the non-union stores like Aldi, Walmart, Sam's Club, or Whole Foods." They go on to say that "every dollar spent in a union store is a dollar spent toward ensuring the future stability of every union employee and employer."
Ahem. Waders please. And it is beginning to stink in here a bit.
How much does Weber's Fine Food's pay their cashiers? $8.00 an hour. How about another local discount grocer in the same union local? $7.25.
Average starting wage of a Walmart or Sam's Club employee? Around $11.75. How much is the average starting wage for a cashier at Aldi? $12.00. How much is the average starting wage of a Whole Foods associate? Around $10-$12.
So tell me again how the union is ensuring the future stability of every union employee and employer when every union employer is below the radar when it comes to employee wages—which by the way are further reduced by union dues?
Your union if full of donkey poop quite frankly and every indication is that working for a non-union store pays better, from the start and to the finish. But unions don't like to spout off numbers. Rhetoric is so much easier to spout off. And so long as they have captive audiences? All the better.