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San Jose Firefighters' Union Misconduct

Original post made by Joe on Apr 8, 2013

I understand the purpose of a union is to protect its employees, but please, this goes beyond the bounds of reason. It's written by a San Jose City Council member. Published in today's SJ Merc.

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Posted by Leland, a resident of Ruby Hill
on Apr 8, 2013 at 10:21 pm

In the companies I own, all nonunion, if anyone says anything bad about another person in the workplace, we terminate the suspect on the spot. Grievance hearings and "workers rights" are too expensive in today's world. If someone is suspected, just fire 'em. That's what my Daddy taught me, and that's what I do.

Posted by Willie Pfistergash, a resident of Carriage Gardens
on Apr 9, 2013 at 7:59 am

Leland, preach on brother! What's one lowly(Word removed by Pleasanton Weekly Online staff) in the grand scheme of things? When in doubt, FIRE 'EM!

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