Originally Posted by snowspot66
The unions negotiated with the company and came to an agreement that was signed by the company. Why should they be forced by a judge to give up what was negotiated for and received in a legally binding contract? It's always the unions faults isn't it? It's never the companies failures. It's always the unions. Does responsibility only apply to the individual that can be stepped on and walked over?
I particularly like the part where it says:
And then a few paragraphs later says:
Because there are a number of assumptions, business assumptions, that never came to be and based on that the company is billions in debt. So now you're in a situation where you either need to cut people to save the ship or let everybody drown. Good luck with that. I'll never fly American Airlines or US Airways because they ****ing suck.