From Rex Guevara
News from Rex. Thank you, Man. Looking forward to your unimpeachable story. I am getting old. Have an active case of post polio syndrome. Today is a good day. Fred, I will have the promo magazine “The Best of the Best from the first 5 Editions” ready to print by Sunday. I will collate and staple. You must find some strong hands to fold. Mark Hill taught me how to do it quickly. It does take strong hands.
Who else wants to promote the revolution? C’mon, you can’t stand by and expect the other guy to do it . Look how that has turned out. Contact me at email@example.com or cell 941-281-9096 NEVER after 9″00 PM Eastern time.
The Phamacy Alliance (The Guerrilla Pharmacist) is making a difference. Slow but sure. Remember, This is a guerrilla warfare. WE are not trying to set off an atomic frikkin’ Target bomb. Smaller skirmishes won by us are, to Target in this case) the companies, huge losses. They know that all it will take is a quantum degree of guerrilla victories and they are fucked. Trust me, if only 10% of a company’s pharmacists in one city mail the guerrilla letter as outlined in Edition One of the magazine, we win. It will be all but love. The same with organizing as a union. This is not difficult. Once you start, the company cannot retaliate. The Fed will be your personal body guard. Talk to me. Talk to Steve firstname.lastname@example.org , Talk to Goose email@example.com Talk to Peon firstname.lastname@example.org Talk to Pharmacy Gal email@example.com
You can do this. Repeat YOU CAN DO THIS!
TARGET PHARMACY WORKERS FORM UNION (Brooklyn, NY)
By: Nandita Bose (Reuters USA)
CHICAGO (Reuters) – A group of pharmacy workers within Target Corp’s store in Brooklyn, New York, have won a vote to form a microunion, making it the first unionized store at the retailer since its inception in 1902.
Earlier on Wednesday, Reuters was first to report that a group of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians won an initial ballot, 7-2, to form the union, according to a filing on the National Labor Relations Board website and union officials.
Target said it was “disappointed” by the vote within its store and will appeal the NLRB’s decision to allow the vote to proceed.
Target is in the process of selling its pharmacy business to CVS Health Corp.
“Because of the pending sale of the business, we don’t believe it was appropriate for the NLRB to move forward with the petition,” spokeswoman Molly Snyder told Reuters.
“We believe it should have been dismissed and made that argument at the hearing.”
That is too bad, Molly. Welcome to the world of THE SLEEPING TIGER. Labor laws are solid. They were written decades ago to allow workers to protect themselves from predatory employees. Make some calls, just do it.