Big labor lost one, a Pennsylvania brewery's employees voted to decertify their union. But the word of its former members' isn't good enough -- the Teamsters are going to ask the government to fix this injustice.
Depending upon whom you ask, Yuengling’s speech was either a pep talk to urge employees to work harder or an ultimatum to dump the Teamsters union, which is what they did.
The union has been trying to strike back, urging a boycott of the 178-yearold brewery’s product. The company says the effort has fallen flat — with “absolutely zero feedback” from the marketplace, according to chief operating officer David Casinelli.
Now, the Teamsters say they are going to try to get state lawmakers to intervene in what they say has been an unfair fight.
Have you ever noticed that unions always think it's unfair when they lose?