If the nation was faring just fine, why did we need legislation to end the lockout?
there, I fixed your post.
the government legislating the lockout back to work, is alot like a board of directors taking their president to court to hand him his next list of instructions.
That is wwaaaayyy too funny!
An Ipsos Reid poll commissioned by the postal union backed up by an article written by PSABC.
Yeah, big surprise with the results on that one.
The fact still remains that CanPost's becoming a money-maker coincides with significant outsourcing to the private sector and no matter how many union newsletters you post, that fact will not change.
I like the bit about anti-democracy by the way. It goes very far to proving the reality that you don't have a leg to stand on.
Except this list of instructions came with a nice bonus.
That's what I thought.
.How do they manage to make money being publicly owned when they have to pay Unions like you say. The unions aren't making **** all. They only represent the workers. The workers don't work for the union. What as significantly outsourced to increase profits? Be specific and no fantasized version of reality will accepted,
Details. Give the details.
Safeway delivers mail? Does Safeway employee people full-time or do they give them 34hrs a week to keep tham as part time as to not have to pay out union AND non-union benefits?
I asked for specific on exactly how CanadPost makes money through privatized section of their network. What EXACTLY are they and what was privatized that did it.
DETAILS Give the ****ING DETAILS.
We are talking about a grocery store.
That's okay, I understand what you mean. You don't actually know of any companies that would be willing to deliver lettermail to Inuvik for 57 cents.
But you probably meant something different, anyway.
You asked how they would make money and I gave you the ****ing details.
By the way, there is a reason that Shoppers Drug Mart and 7-11 operate postal outlets.. Think that you might be able to figure out as to why?
Is the union principle different between the sectors?
Think before you post!
By the way, there is a reason that Shoppers Drug Mart and 7-11 operate postal
outlets.. Think that you might be able to figure out as to why?
Ahhhh... More non-answers from the King himself.
Is that you dying the slow death?
C'mon buddy... Any response to the remarkable coincidence in CanPost becoming profitable and the outsourcing of select services?
Surely you can find a union newsletter that gives the appropriate excuses.
It's to get foot traffic in the door, the same reason that drug stores now rent office suites to doctors at incredibly row monthly rents.
They don't do it to make money off the postal outlet, that's for sure.
No no no Bubba. YOU specifically stated that they privatized certain sections of their network.
What are you some drunkard busker in front of a liquor store giving some song and dance or are you going to prove to me exactly which parts were privatized and how they saved them money to become a profitable business.
GIVE THE ****ING DETAILS.
Would that be kinda like why auto parts and sporting good are in the furthest corner of a Dept store? To get males to walk through the entire store in hope they make a urge purchase along the 3 block walk to get a windowsheild wiper?
As expected, I gave you 2 examples of companies that operate postal outlets and requested you give consideration as to why but as per your MO, you decide to put on your blinders and see only what you want. I'm not going to explain economics to you and waste my time. Either you agree that CanPosts operational profits coincide with the outsourcing activities or you don't agree.
It's no surprise that my observations on this are met with nothing but deflections and non-answers on this. Mentalfloss represents an excellent study in terms of non-answer protocol.