WestJet’s pilots reject joining a union, 55-45% after two years of consideration. Is this a signal unions are less relevant than they and left-leaning governments believe?
Are unions somewhat to blame at least for jobs leaving Canada?
I was twice required to be a member of a union. Once ACTRA completely abandoned me when I wasn’t paid thousands of dollars for a film voiceover.
Buzz Hargrove, former national president of the Canadian Autoworkers Union, discusses the relevance of unions in this country. Meanwhile, a pilot from WestJet called to explain WHY WestJet’s pilots rejected creating a union.
Are you or have you been a member of a union? Has being a member of a union been a positive experience for you, or is it a waste of your dues?