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You see, my fellow Neo-Cons, it's NOT that Unions are bad!!!! It's NOT what Governor Walker of Wisconsin was trying to do! No it isn't at all this!!!!! The PROBLEM is that when Unions do not have the support and representation of the American people upon whom they are supposed to be representing... then why even have a Union? In Germany, Unions also include families of high school kids, which you may think is a joke but it's not. These kids are the future of the next generation's economy. TOGETHER EVERYBODY oversees that there are goo technologically advanced solutions, access to capital, and top quality well spent and efficient means to manufacture for the good of the country! Manufacturing does need Unionship because it is a different type of business from the service sector. It takes the input of the workers and it cannot be exclusively controlled by Management. This is not to say the financial sector would work like this, nor most other business. But for agriculture and industry, the answer is NOT corrupt Union, NOR is it abolishing of Unions. It's application of Union Representation and FULL active Participation by the people and it's an EVERYBODY TOGETHER thing.... TOP Concern is how to make the best quality produce. Secondary concern is the money, which comes with quality production.... cutting corners doesn't work. Because we cut corners, we are just giving all our jobs to China and if we were more like Germany right now we wouldn't have this problem.
Because unions are not bad. The union-busting effort has to paint unions as horrible in order to accomplish the purpose of destroying employee representation. It is part of an ideology driven by big corporate interests and their shills.
German private sector unions work WITH the corporations and management, not AGAINST them. They both have the same goal, profit. Profit for the corporation means more pay and benefits of union members as well as management. German unions have held back raises and increased benefits to help keep their companies competitive in the world economy. Public unions in Germany are controlled by the private unions to a certain degree. Public employees in Germany have not seen pay increases nor increased benefits. In Germany when the economy gets tough the people tighten their belts and bite the bullet. Not so in America, teachers unions insist on screwing over taxpayers. Even when those tax payers are out of work, have lost investments and homes. Same goes for many other public unions. Just keep on screwing the tax payer.
Because unions are not "evil" The real world isn't an South Dakota Pacino movie. Unions have allowed workers to share in productivity gains, bargain for safe working conditions, and wages. Since the fall of union membership we have only seen a reversal of that trend.
In capitalism there is freedom only for owners. But unions get freedom for workers too. Free and contented workers work better than slaves.
The situation in the United States with regards to unions is much different from Germany. To sum it up nicely, the situation we are encountering in the states is one of the organized and unorganized laborers fighting over the crumbs that are leftover in this desperate economy, while the major banks and multinational coporations have already run off with the loot long ago.
Because white, working class Americans are more interested in preserving the increasingly fading privileges of being white as opposed to voting for their economic interests.
Conservative leader, Meckel has kept labor cost low in Bavaria helping drive exports. Rest of Europe is complaining. growth of Germany has nothing to do with it's union. also if you don't understand the articles, Germany is midrange, because there are a lot of developing countries in teh EU. Germany has one of the lowest labor cost of Western Europe. .
Germany is not in great shape they are also in debt they have taken on a responsibility they can not fulfil and that is keeping the E U together They rely on a very unreliable source for their gas and that is the USSR
Rigidity of labor leads to economic inefficiency as it leads to higher than equilibrium prices for products, leads to a mismatch of skills as employers can't fire unskilled workers for skilled, and protects indolent workers from retribution. look at teacher unions. unions should be illegal.
You can't compare between countries. American unions aren't German unions. American laws aren't German laws. The American trade situation isn't the German trade situation. American union workers are universally recognized as the worst workers in the world. They produce less and at lower quality than anybody.. anywhere.