Saturday, September 02, 2006

Court Tells Unions No Violence

In another sign of how classy Korean labor unions are, they actualy have to be ordered to give common courtesy:

The court granted the university's request to bar the union from staging "unreasonable" job actions, and enjoined the strikers against using violence.  The "unreasonable job actions" cited by the court include unauthorized entry to the university president's office by union members, violence and using abusive language against non-union members at the university. The court also prohibited union members from disrupting classes by making noises above 80 decibels during daytime. 

What kind of world is it where somebody has to be told not to use violence and abusive language?


At September 05, 2006 7:54 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did the cops get the directive as well?


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