Nearly 30,000 of us signed petitions telling the government that we want NUHW to be our union and we wanted this election to make it official -- the biggest private sector union election in more than 70 years.
Our disagreement with SEIU was about democracy, and how friendly a union should be with corporations. We insisted that workers should always have the right to vote on the issues that affect our workplaces, our union, and our future.
I wonder if Captain "Sully" Sullenberger's colleagues' pensions are secure. Somehow, I doubt it.
Although airlines were the companies we used to loved to hate, airline employees are part of the family, too.