View Full Version : shop stewards who rent apts to company techs
09-24-2004, 08:03 PM
and the result was....the tech was testing(tweaking)the bosses on all aspects of job performance all with the idea he had some JUICE being tight with the steward as his tenent and being bubbies.he got canned without the SS being told so now he can't make his rent and all that follows being out.later in the week the SS one night gets a cold call in the early AM from a pay phone and the caller is describing how the bosses have their hands up his ass,and he wasn't even scheduled for a colonoscophy he takes a weeks vacation and packs the company in to finish the story.....who said this job isn't fun,anybody know of a service groups SS who isn't with the bosses?
I was with you up until the "result was...." then i lost ya
09-25-2004, 12:20 AM
So I take it that a tech was sucking up to the bosses and playing up the fact that he was in tight with the shop steward and the bosses decided that the tech was full of poop and they could and would do anything they wanted to the tech and the shop steward couldn't do a thing about it and the bosses fired the hot shot tech to give the finger to the shop steward. OK so far. and the shop steward didn't do a thing untill some one anomonisly called him from a pay phone and told him he was a management pupet and was dickless and couldn't stop anything or do anything and so to show what he could do he shuts down the company by removing all the techs who did the work
09-25-2004, 05:28 AM
I don't follow . . .
09-25-2004, 05:45 AM
I think it's union ebonics! I need to take that course. I'll be a full fledged voting member within a couple of months. I want to make sure I know what their doing with my money!!!
09-25-2004, 07:14 AM
thw SS quit the company,and he was out dated anyway acting like it was 1977 when lead techs had helpers and there actually was a business agent that backed you.his typical speech was to stay tight as union members and not be manipulated by the management...but he could!as his quitting the company proved.
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