operators waged psychological warfare against the students, who eagerly sought to prove their manhood, by constantly impugning their masculinity.
The union did not realize who they were dealing with and their game plan wasn't very thought out,'' said a striking
worker from a Sylmar Vons who is planning to return to work and asked not to be named.
In such a divided labor movement, miners' residual wages were highest in departments in which non-striking
confederes competed with striking
unitaires, since the benefits steered to confederes went by law to all miners in a firm's employ.
1) Thousands of striking
supermarket workers march along Olympic Boulevard in Century City.
In Buena Park on Saturday, UFCW Local 324 organized a turkey giveaway that is scheduled to continue today, where they will hand out 13,000 turkeys to striking
and locked-out workers.
As negotiations degrade, the unions continue to rally, but the striking
employees are losing hope.
He and MTA Chief Executive Officer Roger Snoble have repeatedly said there's no more money on the table beyond the $87 million in new funds already being offered to the striking
He said the 17,000 striking
Ralphs employees would be assigned to picket Albertson's and Vons stores in Northern California, Arizona and Colorado, and at distribution warehouses throughout Southern California.
Negotiators for the MTA and striking
mechanics agreed Friday to keep on talking through the weekend after the union extended a counteroffer for the first time in the 2-week-old strike that has stranded thousands and brought millions in economic losses.
The unyielding stance of striking
supermarket workers will meet today with consumers whose pantries are empty as the work stoppage at Southern California's three largest grocers enters its seventh day.
Teamsters' drivers expanded their support Wednesday for striking
supermarket workers by agreeing to honor picket lines at regional food distribution centers, a move meant to put further pressure on the strike- bound grocers - Vons, Ralphs and Albertson's.