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OH! It was Affinity Hospital in northern Ohio! My bad!

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Mia culpa, federal taxes.

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"Well, I'm glad that you finally see my point, on why I feel everyone should pay taxes. Why should only 53% pay, yet 100% reap the benefits!"

Everyone does pay taxes.

Not everyone pays federal income taxes.

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Indiana is a Right to Work state.

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The hospital I work for has great benefits and policies, yet due to an unfair agreement that the hospital was forced to enter into, we were practically hog-tied and HANDED to the union. Even then, only by a narrow margin. And, thank goodness, we fought hard, with the deck loaded against us, we won back our hospital.

A hospital in northern Indiana recently was forced to deal with the same thing. The union won by a measly FOUR votes. {You should have seen their press release, making it sound like it was nearly unanimous or something} Unfortunately enough, Indiana is not a right-to-work state, and pretty much fully half of their nurses will be forced to pay union dues even though they did not want a union.

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Well, I'm glad that you finally see my point, on why I feel everyone should pay taxes. Why should only 53% pay, yet 100% reap the benefits!

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Without unions, there is no counterweight to management.

Almost every benefit that most working people take for granted was fought and won for them by unions.

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"And you consider people paying to a union, even though they choose to not belong to one, and you think this is fair? "

I think that if they have the same wages and benefits that the union negotiated, they should have to pay for that negotiation.

Just as it was before.

Fullerton CA
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Having:

"I said Unions are good. They have to reinvent. An employee needs help with issues on the job, like supervisors who should not be there. "

This is a power well beyond the unions powers. Supervisors are typically a manager position... At least they are where I have worked. Thus they aren't part of the Union to start with.

Even if they were, the Union holds no power to hire or fire, to promote or demote. This would cross a line that even I would be against giving a union due to corruption which does set into the unions... and would remove ownership of a company from the owners. (unless it was an employee owned company)

Remember. To become a manager (supervisor) you must leave the union.

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*instead of crying about their inability to afford to pay taxes, why don't you pay them a living wage for a first world nation, so that they may pay taxes. *

Read the thread, I'm way ahead of you, answered it before you even dreamed up the question while wanking your 2" clit with a pair of tweezers.

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