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    Huge strikes next week (10th). My place of work will have about 95% of people striking.

    I don't want to lose my pay for the day, so would rather come into work. However, I have heard that picket lines aren't the nicest of things to cross.

    Anyone with experiences? Would you cross a picket line?

    My view is that I have a choice whether I want to strike or not. Yes, the pay freezes etc are crap. However, I am of the opinion that it has to be done. It also hasn't directly affected me because I haven't been in the job long, and I don't intend on staying much longer. I also don't believe anything will be achieved as a result of the strike. I'm just glad I have a job and I know that countless people would jump at the chance to take my job with its current conditions.



    To cross the picket line or have a day off in the house and lose a days pay. Decisions...
 
 
 
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