> From: Colm Buckley [mailto:colm at tuatha.org]
> I don't know how much it means to most of the ILUG members, but Aldi's
> policy towards union organisation among its employees has historically
> been very hostile, bordering on the illegal, and certainly flouting
> the spirit of the UN Convention on Human Rights. Anyone who supports
> the principles of organised labour is advised to look carefully at the
> employment policies of Aldi before shopping there.
>> Just my socialist 2 cents worth.
>Red it may be - but it is a good point - we as software/hardware people are
quite privileged to be respected in our work and paid quite well for it (ok
I may not be speaking for everyone here (students aside)) - so at the risk
of sounding pompous, we do have a responsibility to ensure that we don't get
a cheap deal at the expense of someones basic human rights.
I guess that make 4 cents now..
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