|experience:||Union organiser and crew member, Canada|
McDonald's did everything in their power to prevent workers from successfully establishing a Union branch at his store.
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Management at this store use close to, if not illegal procedures and tactics in running the restaurant. Employees were coerced and intimidated during our drive for the union. Very questionable tactics were used, such as threats of firings if you voted for the union or that life was going to be rough if you voted yes. Several good friends of mine were intimidated in such a manor as mentioned above. I have recently suffered repercussions for my vocal union support.
I've been wrongly accused of stealing with only two weeks left at McDonald's due to the fact that I'm attending a post secondary institution. Rob Pinkney told me that over $40 missing from my till, although other people had used the till assigned to me and Rob and Cam refused to look into the matter further and were convinced of me being a thief. Needless to say I resigned that very day due to management's incompetence.
I agree with Sarah Inglis wholeheartedly that management coerced and threatened employees during the union drive, thus giving them an unfair advantage over the union. In closing the vast changes that occurred during the union drive have come full about and things have returned to the slave like working conditions that crew must endure every single shift that they work.
|date signed:||not dated|
|status:||Read out in court|
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