HEY MARSHMALLOW MAN GEIGER YOU UBC PUNK AND PUSSIE.YOU DID NOT GIVE THE ORDERS FOR THE SELL OUT OF NYC MEMBERS WITH THE TIERED BS AND THE SELL OUT OF UBC APPRENTICES .YOUR SCUM BAG LEADER DOUG MCCARON DID.
SO THAT MAKES THESE STATEMENTS LIES YOU SACK OF SHYTE
"“The purpose of the new collective-bargaining agreement is to make our Interior Systems’ signatory contractors more competitive against the nonunion, open-shop contractors.”
FUNNY THE WALL AND CEILING ASS DID NOT ASK FOR THE SELLOUT .IT WAS ORDERED BY MCCARRON AND HIS UBC INTERNATIONAL SCUM BAGS.
"Joseph Geiger, executive secretary-treasurer of the NYC District Council of Carpenters, told The Nation that leadership invited rank-and-file members to two meetings with contractors and the negotiation team"
PROVE IT. PUBLISH THE DETAILS ON WHAT RANK AND FILE MEMBERS WERE INVITED AND HOW YOU SACK OF SHYTE.PUBLISH THE PROOF THAT DELEGATES CONSULTED WITH THE MEMBERS THEY REPRESENT BEFORE THE CONTRACT VOTE YOU LYING SACK OF SHYTE
Inside the Carpenters’ Fight for Control of Their Union
A union co-founded by a socialist has become a bastion of conservatism, but a reform movement is brewing within its ranks.
At 5:30 am on a Monday in July, union carpenters began gathering outside Grand Central Station. A passing Teamster stopped to express solidarity and drop off some energy drinks. A middle-aged man stood a few feet away, observing the scene. A few of the workers wondered aloud if he was there to surveil them, perhaps on behalf of the contractors, or the union leadership. The atmosphere was tense and expectant—if enough carpenters showed up, the gathering could turn into a wildcat strike.
The impetus for the early-morning assembly was dissent over the New York City District Council of Carpenters’ collective-bargaining agreement with the Association of the Wall-Ceiling and Carpentry Industries. The CBA had been accepted unanimously by the newly elected 100-person District Council delegate assembly days earlier.
Before new delegates were elected, the carpenters had been without a contract for two years. A slate of new leaders—which included more business managers, supers, and foremen than rank-and-file carpenters—swept the recent delegate elections, but the contract they accepted left some members unhappy enough to consider an unauthorized work stoppage. ........