posted by Paul Morgan @ Friday, August 25, 2006
A very elementary inquiry to the Union bargaining team is why you think it prudent for you not to answer any questions, which members have posed via this blog. I have noticed that you have ignored both rhetorical and direct questions. If it is because you believe it is also prudent not to engage, as it would expose your strategic thinking to management, since they can read this as well, then why would you not have a forum available to the masses for a better understanding?This is such a simple, inherent responsibility, that I am, as may others, miffed. Having the board members only available to us on the voting day is, without question, idiotic, since that timeframe does not allow significant time for the members to grasp any total picture from which to vote.If I have misunderstood anything, relative to the facts, please correct me. I am taking things one step at a time.
I find it really funny and ironic that no one from the bargaining team ever bothered to reply to the above comment. That says a lot.
what comments or questions are being asked of or directed to the bargaining committee? the first writer above mentions "rhetorical and direct questions," without specifying what they are, and the second wonders where is the response. response to what??
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