These union thugs are always finding new and creative ways to annoy the general public. Then they wonder why most Americans hate their guts. But they’re emboldened by the clown in the White House so they figure they can get away with anything now.
Fire them now.
Some security guards at John F. Kennedy International Airport have voted to go on strike next week if their employer doesn’t respond to their concerns over issues including training and equipment.
Security worker Prince Jackson said about 100 employees of Air Serv Corp. voted Thursday to authorize a strike for Dec. 20. The employees are not unionized but are being supported by 32BJ of the Service Employees International Union.
Another group of workers, for Global Elite Group Inc., is scheduled to hold a vote on Friday.
The workers handle security issues such as directing traffic in front of the terminals at the airport, one of the nation’s busiest, and making sure non-passenger areas including the tarmacs are secure.
Jackson said the guards had tried to reach out to their employers about their issues, asking for more extensive training and better equipment including radios and outer gear such as proper winter coats, but their situation hadn’t changed.
Avoiding a strike, he said, “would take them coming to the table to address our concerns, to let us know that they care about us and would like to sit down and talk to us.”
Their “concerns” always focus on less work for more pay.