Labor Leaders Say The Destruction Of Hostess Shows Union Resolve. Union Officials Drawing Up Plans To Attack Moscow In The Winter Next

Hostess workers all lose their jobsBIDDEFORD, Maine — Labor leaders in Maine say the resilience of the Hostess workers on the picket line at the company’s Biddeford plant, which is in the process of being shut down after the company on Friday said it would liquidate the business, gives them inspiration in the face of what they believe have been ongoing efforts — by politicians, including Gov. Paul LePage, and corporate investors — to reduce union influence. Bakers’ union officials and their supporters say also that the demise of Hostess Brands Inc., which failed to convince striking workers to return to their jobs, is a warning sign for corporate investors seeking to squeeze more profits out of the working class. (read more at Bangor Daily News)

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1 Comment for “Labor Leaders Say The Destruction Of Hostess Shows Union Resolve. Union Officials Drawing Up Plans To Attack Moscow In The Winter Next”

  1. Carl

    Let’s see….Owners walk away with all their money, the rest of you loose your job? That’s a win? Only win here are the ones on the union payroll and some of them will loose their jobs…Good work Union leaders, now go out and find your members a job. The only lesson you taught all those greedy corporations is for them to take their money and run.

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