Thread regarding L3 Technologies layoffs

Waco Listen............

· Organize a union to negotiate with your employer your wages, hours and other terms and conditions of employment.

· Form, join or assist a union.

· Bargain collectively through representatives of employees’ own choosing for a contract with your employer setting your wages, benefits, hours and other working conditions.

· Discuss your terms and conditions of employment or union organizing with your coworkers or a union.

· Take action with one or more coworkers to improve your working conditions by, among other means, raising work-related complaints directly with your employer or with a government agency and seeking help from a union.

Can I legally be fired for forming or participating in organizing a Union?

The answer is “NO”. The law says, you have a right to join a union. The National Labor Relations Act, Section 7, clearly states, “employees shall have the right to self-organization, to form, join, or assist labor organizations, to bargain collectively through representatives of their own choosing, and to engage in other concerted activities for the purpose of collective bargaining or other mutual aid or protection, and shall also have the right to refrain from any or all such activities except to the extent that such right may be affected by an agreement requiring membership in a labor organization as a condition of employment as authorized in section 8(a)(3), Section 158(a)(3) of this title.

Section 8(a)(3), Discrimination Against Employees, makes it an Unfair Labor Practice for an employer to discriminate against employees, stating “in regard to hire or tenure of employment or any term or condition of employment” for the purpose of encouraging or discouraging membership in a labor organization. In other words, the Act makes it illegal for an employer to discriminate in employment because of an employee’s union or other group activity within the protection of the Act

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Just stop in to see if all the End of the world Union talk is still going on .don't worry Waco l-3. No Union wants to set up shop there . Your people are like Drowning goat in a deep lake the closer you get to help the farther they swim out............. sleep tight at night and see what 2018 has in store for you------------------------------------- UAW 967

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You are Andy Mc=

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No. Just no. Nothing else. Just no.

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And where is the Fort Worth UAW I think you are the Russian RAT!!!!!!!!!!!!! One I do believe our days are NUMBERED THATS THE ONLY THING THAT IS TRUE ON THIS WEB SITE

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OMG ..... it's the Russian fake news again you're an IDIOT....... Andy

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UAW Local 962 ?? Where is that ? Greenville UAW is Local 967. I smell a rat.

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But Hey! You get a free UAW Tee Shirt!

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Division UAW in Ft. Worth thinks UAW L-3 Gvl is a joke. They'll be more than happy to collect dues on non-tradesmen. Gvl has to accept any kind of laborer to maintain their numbers. Most dues go up North. Been there done that!

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Wow, someone at Greenville drank all the kool-aid.

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U.A.W.962 local Union Proud Union Strong Greenville Texas..How about you Waco? The heavy is the head that wears the crown and all of your days will be numbered. Unions today, unions tommorrow,

Unions Forever......

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Waco is finished Am4 should have been done years ago they let they're only certified welder go and now everything has to be sent out adding time. Finding issues on fitment that had been told to supervision months and years ago and was ignored but now it's a supprise and a giant issue no union can fix that much stupid

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Brilliant - stuff a middleman's pockets to ensure you have "representation" that devalues your contributions, shoves you into some stupid bracket, and makes you a number. Take it from somebody who's in one because they don't have a choice: union shops s--- and benefit only the leads, and harm the rest of the company. I long for the days when I actually had the chance to excel on my own merit. Second the others who say that the first grumblings of another useless union lead to gates closing for good.

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***A union will only guarantee thst Waco gets shut down for good. A union will only make sure that it is more expensive to run Waco.

Look what happened to Boeing. The union did such a great job representing the workers in Seattle and driving up costs that Boeing moved the plant to the east coast. EVERYBODY in Seattle out of a job, but you think the Union is helping them pay their bills? Hell no.

The Union is NOT your friend***

And you think it's not already on the fast track to closure? How many of your friends and coworkers have just simply disappeared from work, secretly fired by the incompetent managers from Greenville for no cause. I'd say threw a monkey wrench into the plan and bring a union in. In the end what do you have to lose?

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A union will only guarantee thst Waco gets shut down for good. A union will only make sure that it is more expensive to run Waco.

Look what happened to Boeing. The union did such a great job representing the workers in Seattle and driving up costs that Boeing moved the plant to the east coast. EVERYBODY in Seattle out of a job, but you think the Union is helping them pay their bills? Hell no.

The Union is NOT your friend

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Bring the union!

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If I was still there I'd definetly be interested to try a union. I can't see that management is doing anything at all for the workers. They need someone to look out for them.

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Never understood the need for a union until the imbeciles from Greenville took over. Their incompetence resulted in managing the company by bullying, badgering, finger pointing, throwing any and all under the bus to try and save their own a--, and so on. A middleman to look out for the workers would have been great 1-2 years ago. Unfortunately I can't see a union being any help now as that management team has completely ruined the company and its spiraling downward completely out of control. It's just a matter of time before the gates lock.

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A union is just a 'middle man' - why pay a 'middle man' to get into the picture. it won't help bring in new business will it? Are the unions going to bring in new customers? A union wouldn't do anything but be a leech. just my opinion.

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Unions aren't the answer I don't believe anything can save Waco now the current management has seen to that. Maybe if New York would have put leaders in place instead of dollar store managers with skills of a toad maybe it could have been saved. Hopefully everyone makes it to the life boat your gonna need it.

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Was let go last September from Waco, was on double time when they did got screwed but hell no to a union l3 Waco is in no position to mess with a union it will make things worse

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Waco, sounds like your have some management on this site that don't want to see you be able to vote as a democracy for or no representation or for representation, how do you feel personally, who is watching out for you, do you know fellow workers let go for no reason, do you feel you are compensated for what you are doing, do you like management watching the scanners at your doors? Who is looking out for you?

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Go look at the rust belt and tell me what the unions did for them.....Union will only do one thing....run jobs away....it may not happen quickly but it will allways happen. The more union demand and the more management gives in...the more jobs go over seas.

And the only reason that Greenville unions have work is because that plant does not have to worry about cost of labor due to the government in the past has not care how much they spend on projects. And Trump is squeezing for tighter budgets......So Greenville will not be as safe as it has been.

There will always be a bubble on labor cost and Labor Unions have always busted those bubbles and hurt the local economy when the jobs go away.

I rather loose my job (and I did)...knowing I did a damn good job then to be kept on just because I give money to FAT CATS in an office somewhere.

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No thanks. To hell with unions! L3 has every right (and should have every right) to fire me just as I have every right to quit for any reason. It called a free society

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Yes Salary can form a Union, this is not just for the hourly, yes you are afforded protection under the same rules. A vote can happen as fast as 2 weeks if there is interest.

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Have you been let go from your job and the excuse bad performance, read above, we can help you.

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