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Rick is a big teddy bear," Shotwell says. " Majors took every person in the department off the floor into a private room and interviewed them every worker, engineer, supervisor, anybody who had anything to do with the department. "We workers talked, and talked, and talked. We ate up time like popcorn," Shotwell says. Production suffered. " Management was showing a great deal of anxiety. Along with the slowdown, union members also refused overtime. The Christmas shutdown was approaching, the company needed the parts, and union members were saying, ''No, if you can afford to fire somebody, then you must not need the parts very bad" Many people who usually liked overtime before Christmas made a sacrifice.
In addition, free expression in the workplace is guaranteed by the National Labor Relations Act of 1935 through the ''protected concerted activities" clause, which says that work ers can join together to improve their situation. Speaking and writing about the workplace is part of such joint action. In fact, the law has established that speech and writing in the workplace have rather more latitude than exists in the general public. Under the NLRA, you have the right to distribute newsletters and other materials in non-work areas during non-working hours (including breaks) in your workplace (see Chapter 2).
Take no guff. Etc. S. naval air base. These aircraft maintenance workers work closely with the pilots and travel with them all over the world. So when a pilot came back with a plane that had a problem, they inter rupted their lunch. " But the new supervisor insisted that the mainte nance workers take their lunch between 12:00 and 12:30, period. "I'm tired of coming in and you're still here eat ing lunch at 1:00 in the afternoon," he said. The steward tried to explain the arrangement that had worked so well in the past, but the boss would hear none of it.
A Troublemaker's Handbook 2: How to Fight Back Where You Work--and Win!: How to Fight Back Where You Work--and Win! by Jane Slaughter