300 cars were damaged last night by ticked off workers in Poland's Fiat plant.
Workers in the FIAT factory in Tychy, Poland sabotaged 300 cars last night. The sabotage involved damaging the cars in different ways, for example, by making deep scratches with keys, putting screws into the motors, cutting cables and other types of damage. The managers are now trying to look for the sabotateurs.
Two articles, the first about a sabotage prank at the Bank of America, the second about restructuring at the bank and in the white-collar industries in general.
A tale of toil from a weary legislator's letter writer, by Mark Henkes.
Pigs grunt when they get excited, plunge their curious snouts into mounds of muddy slop, and run with the grace of an obese ex-athlete. I am not a pig. I wish I had the power to appear before a nationwide television audience and tell the nation, the world: I am not a pig. It is true that some of my co-workers whisper that I am a pig, yet I do not grunt.
Jesse Drew writes for Processed World magazine on how workers and citizens have used modern technology to assert their humanity, from using subliminal images to blogging.
I knelt to examine the floor, and there it was, in tiny writing, quite fresh it seemed, scratched with a pin or maybe just a fingernail, in the corner where the darkest shadow fell:
Nolite te bastardes carborundorum.
A tale of toil in a workers' compensation claims unit.
The notorious 'alternative crew handbook' produced by rebel McDonalds employees, containing everything a disgruntled worker and needs to know to get on in the job. This is the document management do NOT want you to read...
Remember at all times that the company is your enemy, it exists only to make money and only cares about you in so far as it can make a few more dollars off your back.
Liberation begins when we put self-respect before burgers!
[i] “This is not amusing, and has consequences you have clearly not considered (...) What you’ve done is thoroughly
The following is a letter sent from an underground group of workers in Fiat Poland in Tychy.
[i]It was written on June 13, on the eve of a referendum in Pomigliano d’Arco near Naples. The workers there are being asked to decide about their work conditions. Fiat agreed to invest money in this plant for production of the Panda, which is currently produced in Tychy, Poland.