"First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then you win." ~Mahatma Gandhi
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
“Empower. Trust. Stand Behind.”
This has been kicking around in my head since the budget tool was released. In part, as previously mentioned,
because I thought that was a poor representation of possible options to
save money. But more than that, all the sniping little comments in
there taking shots at the union made me feel very uncomfortable.
Personally I think that is grossly unprofessional for an official TriMet
release. It’s not empowering, it doesn’t show trust, and it certainly
isn’t standing behind union workers.
Accusing the union of refusing to be reasonable: present Acknowledging that TriMet broke the law: curiously absent