Yet another management team has decided they will no longer allow Service Employees International Union officials to get away with its campaign to destroy the business. The news from Indianapolis:
Executive Management Services said it filed 33 unfair labor practice charges against the Service Employees International Union that challenge tactics the union uses to organize janitors in an effort to improve their wages and benefits.
First it was the RICO case against UFCW and SEIU officials. Then it was the RICO case against SEIU. There are other suits out there. Focus on the explanation from EMS, though, and it becomes apparent the logic of fighting back is taking hold:
EMS said the union has gone too far with its mass pickets, protests against the cleaning company’s clients and recruiting gimmicks. EMS alleged that at least one union representative paid a visit to the home of an EMS customer and passed out flyers, which attacked that person’s business, in residential neighborhoods. EMS also said the union offered to pay EMS’ workers premium wages not to go to work for EMS.