These Four Companies Push Their Anti-Union Videos on Employees

By Sahid Fawaz

There’s a saying, “If unions are so bad, why do companies spend millions trying to bust them?” The reason is that the companies know that unions are good for employees and their paychecks.

These four companies below took the extra step by attempting to brainwash workers with misleading anti-union videos.

Watch. Cringe. Don’t shop at any of these ever again.

1. Walmart

 

 

2. Lowe’s

 

 

3. Target

 

 

4. Fed Ex

 

 

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