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"union hall" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

02:47 min | 4 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Script for one night got thrown in the room. Smells of death yolks and farts. He's stuffing numerous eggs into his mouth. Laughing maniacally and singing. I am the man. Oh Man AAH to the tube and that my friends is the story of how the Beatles I am the Walrus was written bad touch running. You know him as John Lennon. Goodnight's Wow oh. Wow Wow wow team. Gray everybody who'll handle. Wow Wow Taylor. You really killed it on that that that monologue was wonderful we nailed it multiple parts. Tommy how you feel and you think we can get the Oscar nominated song for out. Combine the one. We didn't hear what we did here. We'll do one last sign cool hand story John Money. All Wild Tommy McNamara. Everybody that's the end of the show. We've given up for Taylor and Robert and Jean. Tommy thank you very much for coming out everybody. Please clap her union hall for having US I really do appreciate it warms my heart when people come out and listen to the show it makes me kind of so emotional. I can't be earnest about things but I love you guys for listening and for coming out and thank you very much and I hope everyone has a wonderful night. Thank you stirling's podcast network..

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"union hall" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

02:27 min | 4 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Folks all right. Wow you want to do the story one. I sit down. I was just getting mayor store thing real quick. All right. We're GONNA play the last game of the podcast of today. People are going to have to listen to this Are here we go our last one And then we got we got a little song and then we're feeling good all right here. We go okay. He's playing racket ball quite all right. That's it what are you guys have fuck. I deleted on accident here. We go okay. He's playing racket ball. Why did she say thank you woman? The woman was talking to him. He gave him an envelope and told him to have some fun. He's watching a weird video with a bunch of quick shots like he's being hypnotized or brainwashed. Someone falling everyone knows who he is but he doesn't know them. There's a body in the street and he found it. Everyone is paranoid running following. They're trying to kill him. He's yelling on a roof. Seeing who is part of it? I guess they were supposed to make his life on okay. Gene is writing a book. All right let's Tommy. What do you think it is? I wrote limitless slap. If you're on team limitless well. We'll see all the options I g alone friend. He's funny he's still after the joker thing. I'm surprised someone on your side. All right no no gene. What do you think also racquetball racquetball? Sounds like a pixar short right. Robert Loose change the nine eleven conspiracy theory documentary on Youtube. We all remember the trailer. How could you forget trailer? Alright Okay Taylor. What do you think inception all right? We have our options here. Applaud for who you agree with. We'll start applaud.

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"union hall" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Heard the movie and so how it works. How it works is my dad is an old man in. Missouri and he has not been to a movie theater since he saw space jam in movie theaters. That is true. He he doesn't watch any movies he hasn't heard of any. He will watch a movie trailer. He will describe what is going on while he is watching the movie trailer. And you have to guess what movie trailer it is. So the four of you have sharpies find some blank page somewhere. I want you to write down what you think it is while he's describing it and then afterwards we're going to hold them up and I'm GonNa let the audience vote with applause for who they think got right got it right are here. We go so. This is a brand new. Even if you listen to podcasts was never been on a podcast. This is a brand brand new one unlike the other ones later. But this one's brand new right here. Okay he wants to go and she doesn't mind saying he should get out. It's happening to her. She is going with them. Cool trees standing on a circle. Everyone's saying welcome fantasy circle. The Sun is still out some other girl team. He doesn't know exactly how long they been. Together everyone is dressed the same and they're spending. She's growing happy to crying too happy again. A lot of white sheriff's.

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"union hall" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Triscuit cut to. I don't think I know how to write. It's insane. I'll be how do I not have a good writing job? And then I look at what I made and I'm like how do I wake up? How do I put on shoes cut to Interior restaurant? Emerson Cara Walk into some pretentious ass restaurant one of those restaurants with a name that has an anchor sand in it and two words that don't go together like bricks and Camomile or bliss and boards or some Shit. The type of restaurant that serves bites in notch or plates per stipulation hidden deep within the fine print of Adam. Drivers contract with Disney is Emmerson walks into the restaurant. Cantina music from the original star wars as they sit down with Patricia lawyer. We need to get a divorce. Can say that I'm surprised. Excuse me I mean you. Two of the most self absorbed people I've ever met so absorbed. I wrote a whole fucking book about how not self absorbed. I am Yeah it's called self propelled. It's really good. I don't need you defending me. I'm not one of your later. Work Suck you and it wasn't a book. It was a long essay. You had a server approaches the Table High Lau table. My name is my name is Clarisa and I'll be your server tonight. So we don't have menus per se but we just right the specials on your foreheads..

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Boeing's 737 Max Crisis Weighs Heavily On Workers, Retirees

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:31 min | 6 months ago

Boeing's 737 Max Crisis Weighs Heavily On Workers, Retirees

"The Boeing seven thirty-seven Max crisis is weighing heavily on Boeing's workforce from the crashes to the grounding of the plane to these recently released damaging internal journal messages for thousands of workers and retirees in Washington. State where Boeing his bill plane since World War One. This really is a difficult moment Ashley. Gross from member station MM K in K X and Seattle has more donuts and cookies are set out on the table in the machinists union hall in Renton South of Seattle. The office is near the Boeing implant. Where the seven thirty seven Max is built it's six am and pitch dark outside but workers are streaming in for a town hall meeting with their union leaders? There's definitely there's a concern about where the MAX program was out. John Holden is president of district. Seven five one of the machinists union it represents about nine thousand people who work on the seven thirty seven one big thing on their minds is the shutdown of the Max production line. Boeing is not laying people off right now now but some workers are being temporarily deployed elsewhere in Washington and California people hate to see to Max's is trash. It's a devastating thing for the families and the people that perished on those airplanes and it will be followed airplanes. Our plan will be a safe airplane. Holden says the machinists care about their work and have pride in the planes they build. That's a thread that runs. Throughout the century of the Boeing the company's existence huge motor. TC Howard is eighty five years. Old and a Boeing retiree. He's giving a tour of Boeing's vary I seven twenty any seven jet. He and other volunteers spent years restoring it and replacing parts so it could make one final flight dishes. A flap mortar ones once-hard rollock once electric powered has a passion for aviation and that motivated him to take on. This project was love for the airplane. There Prince cuddles soul and the soul doesn't belong sitting there resting apart. He was a quality assurance manager. When he retired hired from Boeing in one thousand nine hundred four he says even back then he started to see the company prioritizing cost cutting but not sacrificing safety in recent years? Here's he thinks management got to focus on costs. They're bean counters look for profit. They're not looking at it for the the the name of the company which to me used to mean quality safety. Do you feel sad right now when you think about where what bullying is going through nor mad not sad but another retiree. Alan Rice says it's not that cut and dried of course Boeing knowing how to think about staying profitable every business. That's still in business over a long period of time has had to do the same thing or they would have been passed by. Why why are they doing it? If they're not trying to make money rice retired from Boeing in two thousand sixteen after a thirty eight year career as an engineer. He says he never saw safety. Fifty take a back seat to prophets. And he's proud of his time there but rice says he's concerned the rest of the world doesn't see the company the same way there's used to be you're saying if it's not bowing I'm not going and I doubt if that's how people feel today and I want to get back to that. The new chief executive Dave Calhoun told employees this month.

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"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

03:26 min | 6 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

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"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"Write a piece. That ain't got nothing. Doing nothing was the way this this just goes to your concern. I agree with your concern. This was just a clever way of me having a gun with Italian colors in it. Oh yeah this is how children children drug. Oh that's genius. Yeah no I think our time our time our saying art. I'm dating APP for. We are replaying. Oh my God it is totally is in our time. Well look I'm willing to invest. I think I'll give you two dollars to lose career coins. That part of the part where we decided to point and just for we have not done this the entire show but you can you can propose anything to invest. Truly anything anything can be a mixed street. Offer off of. Mike's Point about how it's going to get traced back to people If you can Go Back Drawing Board and think of a Saito she nakamoto style level of encryption block a blockchain level of encryption about how the information gets hidden about who is reporting things. Then I might be on board okay but also I also want to see a plan because most of the time I am a I am a student of history and sometimes when you replace a government with the shadow shadow government doesn't necessarily always work out Especially in the case of a shadow Liu so if you if you got a ball all right doug if you had a vague out there going buck wild shaking people down. That might be able to get you know. People are just kind of out there. Doing that thing. You might get might be might get sticky sticky. Those affair concerns. Let's look and look and I'm sorry no I'm just saying yeah go ahead y'all As application developers. Yes you do realize that at any point along this journey the mafia's all star beating the Shit Outta. Yeah thing.

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"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"In the world. Important to note that they are like right under. NFL team owners and northerners owners who fly the confederate flag right above southerners to fly the confederate flag. Very Racist Group of people. And we're we were aware of that and we think what that we found their weakness and their weakness is that the mafia is just all about making a profit and if you look at the history of the Mafia over the last forty or fifty years. They're not doing well and part of the reason they're not doing. You got the mafia sympathizers part of the reason why they're not doing well is that not all of their previous industries have been undercut in one way or another so. They're looking for a new industry mystery. And if your business is fighting racism in America that's in endless resource. There's a lot of money for that to be I am. That's on the rise. Money is there for you to be making. And if we're being super honest like the being racist already costs money right. It costs money in terms of settlements. It cost cities money in terms of police brutality settlements across the NFL. Money and all shakedown is doing is. It's just making it even more expensive to be racist. So what this looks like is that when Gucci says we are committed to increasing diversity. Because if you don't know they made a sweater that was just black face. That's all that it was US so shakedown representatives would go to a store and they would make sure that the Gucci store has none of these sweaters and if along the way the mafia mafia sells them like a bunch of DVD player. That they gotta deal with like. I'm okay I'm okay with that okay. And let's not undercut the potential for Mafia the mafia to change their beliefs. Because as we've talked talked about a lot tonight that's the plot.

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"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

02:42 min | 6 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"Should be no meetings. There should be no trainings. That have to happen. It should be as simple as pushing a button. uh-huh and then what happens. Is that a shakedown. Representatives shows up and slowly and very very calmly breaks the finger of the person. If that seems extreme. If that seems extreme. No one will ever do it again. I promise and they seem at all and they will not do it again because they physically cannot so. Aw I want you to think of this kind of like when you when your computer acts up you call tech support when you're white. coworker acts up you call. Aw shakedown okay. That's what I want you to think about it now. The next thing that I that I want to talk about one of the things that shakedown does is that we also assist. Companies that are predominantly white there are quotes around the word assist. We assist companies ladies that are predominantly white in their hiring process K.. Because we know that they're having diversity initiatives and there are a lot of companies out. There that will meet with you and they will give you pointers and trainings and resources that you can do along. The way but shakedown is the only company that will send somebody to your board meeting unannounced with a baseball bat just to check on how many candidates of color you have which is also a great reminder of how much you like your knees. So it's I feel like they're you know I feel like this has a lot of room to make a huge difference. I do want to be clear that people of Color never actually Shirley interact with the mob and if we're being honest most white people won't either because white people know what they're doing but now there's is just a little reminder a little reminder to stop calling neighborhoods bad and all these little things that they know and now they'll actually actually stop so I do want to address the challenge in this thing developers of shakedown had a hard time with this. This one it is true that shakedown as we were developing this. The Mafia itself is one of the most racist organization.

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"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"Get worse brave enough to step into this pile. Oh Shit I would've. I would've quit. I would've quit but let it went to the bathroom forever to man. Well look. It's just me and Mike. It's just me and Mike for a second. I used to used to represent my cut. This well I bring up. I'm going to bring up your last enterpreneur this evening. Things are going to be normal. Things are going to be calm. Things are going to be fine. Everybody make a lot of noise from my good friend. He's returning to the show for the third time Look was made a lot of noise for James Hamilton. Low James. How we doing? I'm doing I'm doing well. Yeah you feel good about what you've walked into. I feel I feel okay. I feel yeah. You're yeah yeah I just took the second half of my edible wondered if that's what was happening or doing real jealous the don't ask don't even smoke weed but I wish I did. I did great. You know not a lot I feel like a lot actually but I I feel like a lot is actually going on but we we were all here. You know. We're yeah we're present Yeah so I want to solve the. I want to solve a particular alert issue that I feel like is keeping us from solving racism as a whole. I want to solve the issue of white accountability. Okay so what I mean by. This is that we spend a lot of time explaining to white people why things are racist and I'm sure that some of them maybe we don't know but for the most part. I think this is a tactic that is used that keeps us like so much energy is spent talking about what happened. We never talk about what they need to do. Moving forward so I wanNA talk about accountability because if a white person does something racist the most that you can expect act is an apology. We've already talked about the Virginia Governor when a company does something racist. You might get an apology but you also might just get this thing thing that they all do which is a commitment to change so Gucci said we are fully committed to increasing diversity. And I I believe that the breakdown in solving racism comes in who is making sure that this commitment to change happens right. Okay so how do you how do you hold someone with so much privilege accountable for changing ranging over the long term. Which is why I want to pitch to you all or just Marie mostly talk to me a come up here?.

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"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"Is true Like to Theresa Directa Rack up debts and me to everyone else to Mother Teresa recited black people. We're talking about people from the past the mother Theresa Okay. She was cool Princess Diana she on Princess Diana was white right. But I'm saying did Princess Diana not like you know what what taking from your go ahead Please again but hold on no man like I. There's a conversation like so you have like a whole generation of people asking peculiar questions. Like like if I if I go and complex and I read people talking about did an album age battery. Yeah like so so they have. There's a lot of retrospective reviewing I find dumb because the Shitty dope when it's dope. Do you understand what I mean so if God if if you think of Gandhi the whole on what. I'm saying if you think of Gandhi. Yeah I know but come on Brandon. When he's never don't yeah but I'm saying that he was also a pacifist? which is the way I like my racist.

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"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"Is true Like to rank rack up debts and me to everyone else to Mother Teresa recited black people. We're talking about people from the past the mother Theresa. Okay she was cool Princess Diana she on Princess Diana was wiped right. But I'm saying did Princess Diana not like you know what what taking from your go ahead Please again but hold on no man like I. There's a conversation like so you have like a whole generation of people asking peculiar questions that like if I if I go and complex and I read people talking about did an album age battery. Yeah like so so they have. There's a lot of retrospective reviewing. Its I find dumb because the Shitty dope when it's dope understand what I mean so if God if if you think of Gandhi the whole on what. I'm saying if you think of Gandhi I know but come on Brandon. When he's never don't yeah but I'm saying that he was also a pacifist which is the way I like my racist.

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"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

02:40 min | 6 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"He suggested it was. It was a strong suggestion but it was like all types of people talk about. This is what what I'm saying what I'm saying to you is I live in Johannesburg ideal fry. Chicken is not offensive to black people in China. Yeah like if you like if you come to America back. It's not offended by either love Fried Chicken. Yeah that's what I do. I think it's just a weird. It's weird that a white dude forced I just but you understand why a person who lives in Johannesburg doesn't get why that's a fantastic. That's what I'm saying. That's all your coca. Oh cool I liked the movie. I liked the movie. I haven't seen it also. I have not seen also have not seen it. I have not seen it Well maybe we have forgotten would make. It was cool when I was growing problem with zero quality. Weird Oscar mix up. Everything was great a lot of this stuff around it. Well Okay Casey. How do you feel like you've done fine as well? Thank you all for being a part of this and for listening to me and Helen Hunt and Vigo Mortenson great actors. What does the panel have any parting thoughts? What if you run out of data? It should be like calendars. Some legacy should be. You know what I mean like. What if you ain't got no data or your phone is dead? How do you get you know we don't talk about it? It's not gonNA happen but I'm asking real questions I would say there'd be some sort of system where it's it's spread across on the television so it's Brennan the television multimedia platform. What you doing? Thank you thank you. I also didn't hear you mentioned felicity but I feel like that. Should Felicity show show but I feel like it should be on there. She fought her college Gilmore. Girls I feel like I edano another show. I haven't seen she likes Gilmore girls all right the crowds drifting apart. Quick Mike You I I think the question or a parting song parting thought. I don't.

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"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"Powell Colin uh-huh. Okay now do black folks also get these alerts so we know which our talking about absolutely should be reflected on. Yeah so you can remind isn't a street were if you feel like people aren't feeling bad enough and you WanNa you WanNa tell people like what about fuck doc in green book remember that has all thinking about it. So what's Green Book the movie. It was the book that won the Oscar this year. It's a it's a long line of films about black people white people getting along through like guys that is okay. But they're much better films. Black Klansman should one. It was the greatest in the air. I'm not just saying that pander was. That's my favorite Anyway I feel I should leave after said I feel worse saying I enjoyed. I'M GONNA be like well. What am I offers a beautiful film Vigo Mortenson powerful actor we can black people can disagree? It's okay all right like I like. I like Green. I'm just like I'm not a movie person. I watched it on the plane and also on the plane. I also play how terrible the movie was on that tiny dance group. Did you like it. I watched it on the plane. Also just so maybe black people are monolith but I did watch it and I'm not not a fan. That's IT I. This is a cool movie and then I moved on in my life. I didn't even know it. How Oscar now I was like okay? Cool this is enjoyed. That's fantastic. I.

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"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"Oh Yeah I do. I don't WanNa August facing right right. I think a white shirts. They should still be allowed to have a white Jesus statue as long as they make it depict the ugliest white person person they know like white people will get over racism real quick if we have to worship disgusting to the poor would am I right. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa just get mad at you. I'm doing great doing great. Oh yeah you might be thinking what is was the punishment punishment for a white person if they refuse to believe that Jesus was black. And I'm an answer. That question with a question. How do you punish someone who willingly goes to white church urge every week? Isn't that the greatest punishment of all. Have you ever been to white church. That should slower than civil rights letting my God All pedophile priests are always white. Because they need something to do a Sanders uh-huh. Oh Yeah he's saying next kid please. Of course the punishment for every white person is that we go to hell like that's Punishment statistically non white people are more religious because they know there's no the white people in Heaven Lord. I'll do whatever you want as long as I never have to listen to a ukulele cover of superstitious again. The next part about how I expected it would go next far. Why the people that we cannot say Jesus anymore we have to say black? Jesus I think that'll make some interesting protest signs. It doesn't that black. Jesus hates gay people. Of course that's not true but at least they're saying Jesus black in this podcast is only about one type of hate..

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Closed GM Plant Is Part Of Larger Negotiating Strategy For Striking UAW

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:52 min | 10 months ago

Closed GM Plant Is Part Of Larger Negotiating Strategy For Striking UAW

"Negotiations between General Motors and striking autoworkers revolve in part around a plant that has shut down six months ago the last Chevy Cruz rolled off the assembly line at Lordstown Town Ohio Emel sheltie reports on what workers are doing now when the UAW last struck General Motors in two thousand seven the thousands of members in Lordstown were ready. They packed the two local union hall signing up for six hour shifts at the nine gates of the sprawling plant in northeast Ohio. Things are very different now. After only a handful of retirees and other volunteers are holding up picket signs celebrating the honks of support from the occasional truck passing by the West Gate here behind behind them are hundreds of acres of empty asphalt surrounding a plant that once employed more than ten thousand people and now employs only ten the picketers sum up why in just just a few words Brotherhood brothers and sisters supporting make it or Ed Rendell says it's a matter of just showing up to represent this place. Somebody's he's gotTa be here. I mean you know if there's no one here which is a signal that we're given up on this player. Rachelle Carlisle isn't giving up. She and her husband are among the thousand. GM employees who transferred to other plants. She's coming back from Michigan. This weekend joined the Lordstown picket line others are on their way to from Missouri Tennessee Kentucky Kentucky. We all keep in contact with each other or all spread out all over the country but also there for each other nearly all the local union leaders were among those who transferred away from here that left it to retirees like Bill Adams to step up. Hey No we don't have a statement. They were using the wreckage. Staples Atom says what the group lots numbers. It makes up in passion. I A lot of anger what happened. The can't understand why a plant that's produce just over sixteen million cars and fifty three years is all of a sudden useless to General Motors. They don't understand that. GM says what happened was pretty simple. American stop buying hang small cars it reacted by cutting shifts and then finally closing the plant in March. Bill Adams doesn't by the company's argument. GM made more than ten billion in dollars in North America last year and the local union has long argued that it could have shifted production of another vehicle here but GM says it has way too much capacity even for better selling trucks. SUV's Adams raises an eyebrow when asked about proposals GM floated just hours before the strike deadline. It was to build electric electric vehicle batteries near here. GM also is negotiating with an electric trucks start up to buy the Lordstown plant but even if both things happen the likely to hundreds of jobs not thousands the former Lordstown workers understand their plant is just one part of a much larger negotiating strategy. When Eric Loomis wrote his book a history of America intense strikes he devoted a chapter to the nineteen seventy-two Lordstown strike back then younger workers wanted more control over working conditions and the fierce clashes between Labor and management extended well beyond the three week strike in the industry that confrontational culture became known as the Lordstown Syndrome and Lordstown is now idled that action played a role in this strike. I think we're seeing a return to the strike as a weapon in in part because a lot of the other options that workers have tried to make life better for themselves shown to say they're not working and workers are getting more determined in a little more desperate when GM am closed the plant it said it recognised and regretted what it was doing to workers but it had to think about the long term viability of the company U. A. W. Members here are also also thinking about viability and they're determined to try to keep their plant an active part of not only the negotiations but of the nation's labor consciousness for N._p._R. News I'm L. Solti.

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Auto workers strike against General Motors for better pay and benefits

John Reid

04:51 min | 10 months ago

Auto workers strike against General Motors for better pay and benefits

"The United auto workers. striking against General Motors did you see that common Jim Ryan is R. A. B. C. news correspondent he joins us this morning Jim was I just not paying attention this this deadline was looming and the auto workers decided to pull the trigger. yeah well I think it was fairly quiet at least out of the public realm anything care insiders union halls and talk about this for some time the union's been saving up reserves to ensure that it could pay its members while they're on strike something like two hundred fifty dollars a week so yeah I mean it publicly yeah things seem to be moving fairly smoothly and I think a lot of folks were caught off guard went over the weekend the contract expired and the contract talks seem to be going no where John. I've always heard that the auto workers have a pretty good deal with with General Motors and with other American manufacturers now I mean that's subjective of course what are the demands now what what what are they looking for that they either didn't have under the previous contractor that they want they want to have in this new version which presumably will happen. yeah he falls under the broad category of job security wages are one thing and the health benefits or another but they're also complaining at they are concerned about the the use of outside workers and subcontractors for some of the jobs that are normally done by GM workers themselves so that I think that's kind of the broad demand from the from the UAW the the companies sell that says that it's presented a strong offer improving wages benefits and growing US jobs this comes though about a year though after GM announced it was closing five plants that laying off something like fifteen percent of its salaried work force so that both sides or or you know they they they're they're trying to talk about for the future of the company is yet a little leery about where it is right now that both sides are really interested in making sure this is a fairly short strike dot the I saw I saw the story about the the plants closing and that that was one of the demands they have what what can General Motors do it their Idoling the plant by midday ball offering to move these employees are they offering to bring other elements of the production line to those plants. and I don't think they're gonna do that but the generally what they have done in the past is when they announced that they're having to either shut down a plane completely or two for lower it for some time those workers are not allowed to move within the company a lot of folks moved up from one plant to another and a lot of lot of people ended up here in Texas from Michigan when those plans were being closed in the late eighties early nineties and and that continues so people do move around within the company and I think that's been the offer of those five plants that were shattered permanently how about other American automakers or are they on a time table with this could happen to them as well. yep the denture late on that these talks are happening all the time union negotiators sitting down with their company so sure I think there's that there's a possibility that that at four there is a is something looming in the future we'll see what happens with this one I think a lot of them to read into what happens with the number one company GM before deciding this strategy but some of the smaller companies and I guess GM is motivated to actually deal with these folks and get this settled how much are they losing every day or every week. three hundred million dollars potentially is lost they're the last long term strike was excellent Michigan in nineteen ninety eight and then over twenty years that that one because the company two billion dollars so yeah it's it's in their best interest to try to see that this is settled fairly quickly and you know the the union recognizes that as well because that two hundred fifty Bucks a week you know each union member isn't to say that normally they make that in in a day yeah that's not that's not gonna go very far Hey what are the what did the union saying about the healthcare issue because you know I've again I've always heard that if you work for a manufacturer of car manufacturer your health care is like the premium healthcare compared to the rest of us I mean they pay what less than a hundred dollars a month if if what I have read is true for their healthcare and yet a lot of the union people were some of the main advocates for obamacare which I think is because some tension in the union world. well what I think they're trying to hold on to their health care plans that they have now I think the concern isn't that they aren't going to get a better plan in the future but that they might lose what they have now yeah and man is so I think that's the the main concern out there the UAW is that they just want to insure that they have the same bill or at least similar health care in the future that they have right now well I can't blame them for that if if I I don't care like that that be fantastic Jim Ryan our ABC news correspondent appreciate the update

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"union hall" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:22 min | 10 months ago

"union hall" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"New Hampshire in union halls truck stops and diners. Clinton heard stories of depressed wages and vanishing jobs as the state and the nation struggle to emerge from the recession. it is difficult to avoid the conclusion that the highly negative view of the economy in nineteen ninety two was due in large part to widespread misperceptions about his performance and prospects and that unduly negative coverage on network television played some major role in forming those misperceptions close quote. in the twenty same thing now. he won the election she wouldn't have been looking for a minute the economic policies that trump is done of course. let's assume for a moment that Hillary had won the election and presided over Rick or an economy this good. run implement this low. Los record of unemployment for for blacks this record have been kept. the the interviewing. stone cutters digital her face on mount Rushmore. but trump. it's a book called left turn written by professor named him grows close who tried to quantify the effect of the. left wing bias on how people think and reason. he said of the top twenty sources of primary primary sources of news eighteen of them are center left only two of them are center right. he is research concludes that if the media were truly fair and balanced the average state with both the way Texas does which is about ten point in favor of a Republican that is the effect the drumbeat left wing drumbeat has the anti Republican anti conservative drumbeat has what have people think people resent how people vote. what's this headline Yahoo finance. McDonald's buys a tech firm that will let you order big macs from a voice operated drive through. so for all the fifteen dollar minimum wage folks out there. what do you think people like McDonald's. going.

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"union hall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"union hall" Discussed on KOMO

"Organization is expected to release a statement shortly will update the stories soon as they do a local author. And filmmaker is suing the Seattle FBI hoping to learn what the bureau knows about a pioneer square double murder nearly four decades ago. Komo is Corwin Hake reports. Michael with the is retired attorney who has written a book about the nineteen Eighty-one murders of two cannery workers and union activists gunned down outside a pioneer square union hall. He says the murders were a political hit orchestrated by Ferdinand Marcos dictatorial. Former president of the Philippines, who died in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine this was a heinous heinous fifteen ship you summary execution as a tool of policy and the two murdered men. So made to Mingo and gene Vieira's were Filipinos who actively opposed Marcos to members of a Filipino gang were tried for the murders. And with E tells talking stick TV testifying at the trial was an eyewitness named Levin, foresight, and guess what he was an FBI informant with the believes the local FBI knew about the assassinations in advance. He says the. Bureau sent their informants to witness the shooting and then to lie on the stand about what he saw here's a Marcos kit. The first time any foreign head of state's ever been held liable for the murder of US citizens on US soil, and the FBI knows about it in advance and sends their guy to watch it and then to perjure himself to exonerate the hitman. Now, the Seattle times reports with the has filed suit in US district court in Seattle. He hopes a federal judge here will order the local FBI to open its files on four sides, and perhaps to expose a government cover up from four decades ago. Corwin hake. Komo.

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"union hall" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"union hall" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"At six forty five on Monday, October fifteenth and the buses rolling for the providence public school kids today, it'd be school bus drivers. Okay. Deal to end the strike mandolin enlist and Kevin Android of the pro-jo. Have report the school bus drivers and monitor's going back to work today. After voting shatter day to approve a new contract, resolving the pension dispute that prompted their eleven day walkup, actually, it was more than eleven days the walk up, but it was eleven school days that were affected members of Teamsters local two fifty one cast their votes at the locals east providence union hall on Saturday one hundred and one members were present the vote was one hundred and favor with one being absent. Apparently, it's not one hundred percent of what they wanted but secure enough. That's according to the union business agent. Nncholas Williams now, I student the bus company that have been locked in this dispute with drivers union for more than two weeks agreed to contribute to a Teamsters pension, which is what the union had been demanding. Well, sort of compromise is that the pension is a quote defined contribution plan rather than a quote defined benefit plan, which the Teamsters were fighting for first student will contribute fifty cents per hour. Worked into the New England savings and investment pension fund for the first two years of a driver's employment. And after that the company's contribution will increase to a dollar per hour worked while the drivers can trim can contribute on a voluntary basis. This is the glorified 4._0._1._K people now in a defined benefit plan. Participants have the ability to calculate.

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CVS apologizes to transgender woman for prescription denial

Dave Ramsey

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

CVS apologizes to transgender woman for prescription denial

"Another pharmacy in the valley is under scrutiny over refusing to fill the prescription. This time, it involves a transgender woman KTAR's Martha. Our joins us live to explain Hilda hall says this last spring. She went straight from her doctor to a CVS pharmacy in fountain hills, hoping to fill prescriptions for hormone therapy in a blog post published by the American Civil Liberties. Union hall writes, the pharmacists refused to fill them and questioned why she even had them. The pharmacist allegedly kept the script forcing her doctor to send a new prescription to another pharmacy where it was filled without a problem on Twitter. This morning, CBS pharmacy apologized to haul for her experience and says, the pharmacist is no longer working there. Hall has filed complaints with the air is on a state board of pharmacy and last month, the Walgreens pharmacist refused to fill a woman's abortion medicine, saying it, violated her ethical believes live in the news center. I'm Martha our KTAR news at twelve o one with traffic every six minutes. Live.

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