Since it locked out 460 Canadian workers in January, the giant U.S. firm had made little secret of its intent to move their jobs to Muncie, Indiana.
All it was waiting for, apparently, was a signal that the state government there was serious about crippling trade unions.
The London plant closing is not an isolated event. It is part of a coordinated attack across North America on unions and wages.
Let the market be free!
Pay for performance. A company may move capital and get more for less. That is smart and logical, not greedy.
|Who's the greedy one? I say the workers who expect more then their services are worth!|
Dear workers: put your own capital up. Hire a person for more then what the free market is offering and we will see how you respond to that under performing situation. Until then, practice an attitude of thankfulness and not entitlement.