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Unfortunately, you cannot cure laziness. Where is the journalism for the workers that are happy? Where are the remarks made by some that expressed outrage at the union people being intimidating when asking why aren't they are going to the meetings? How about the remarks that expressed outrage at the complaining employees attempting to speak on the happy workers' behalf? Where are the answers for workers who are always late, and calling in sick on a regular basis, and we have to cover their work? These are the same ones who were being loud and proud in the meeting. These are not my fellow workers, because they don't want to work. They want it like it was, so no one watches over them. There are more happy employees than unhappy ones. Just because you have to work, doesn't mean you're being disrespected.
It makes for good headlines though.
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