When was the last time a CEO had his head cracked open by a union buster
on a picket line?
The irony of the son of Los Angeles Herald-Examiner union buster
George Hearst Jr.
In closing, I dare the people of any election who listened to a union buster
's campaign and that voted against the MNA to read the book titled Confessions of a Union Buster
by Martin Jay Levitt with Terry Conrow and reflect on your experience of an election.
In my 35 years in labor relations, I've never seen a company that will go to the lengths that Wal-Mart goes to, to avoid a union," says Martin Levitt, a management consultant who helped the company develop its anti-union tactics before writing a book called Confessions of a Union Buster
Through the mid- and late 1960s the feud between Johnson and Robert Kennedy escalated as the inner circle of Johnson's administration, convinced that Kennedy was a `demonic little shit' and unprincipled union buster
and wire tapper, fed President Johnson's paranoia about a Kennedy challenge.
Shefferman, the labor relations consultant and huckster who served Sears as hack social scientist, motivational speaker, and union buster
, is priceless.
one of the firms described by union leaders as a union buster
Every labor leader who has bought into this latest incarnation of "capitalism with a human face" should buy copies of Martin Levitt's, Confessions of a Union Buster
and hand them out to the rank and file.
He had spent years studying in Argentina, Panama, Peru, and the United States; spoke English fluently; and was even on the payroll of Standard Fruit, working for them as a union buster
Martin Levitt had no such scruples: In fact, he calls his book Confession of a Union Buster
Second, management will be accused by the union of employing a "notorious union buster
," thereby wasting resources that should be going to compensate union members better.
Martin Levitt, a former Modern Management employee who authored the memoir Confessions of a Union Buster
, describes the company's strategy as "corporate terrorism.