Spoiled Illegal Alien SCUMBAGS That Skipped Work To PROTEST Are Now Doing THIS- This Is Out Of Control

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On February 16, immigrants across the U.S. skipped work as part of the protest “A Day Without Immigrants.” They claimed it was in protest of the immigration policies of the Trump administration and had hopes of showing American consumers what an economy without immigrant labor would mean for them.

No matter how many times it happens, it seems some people cannot seem to grasp the concept that companies are in business to make money.  Not showing up for work?  Well, that implies you no longer want your job.

Yet some immigrant workers claim to have been “stunned” to find themselves fired after they skipped work in order to attend a “Day Without Immigrants” walkouts and protests back in February.

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CNN reported that a number of participants in the protests were fired in the fallout of “A Day Without Immigrants.” Bricklayers in Commerce City, Colorado, boat manufacturing workers in Lexington, South Carolina, and employees of a painting company in Nashville, Tennessee all lost their jobs for joining the protest.

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Twelve employees at the I Don’t Care Bar and Grill in Catoosa, Oklahoma were reportedly fired via text message, with the restaurant’s owner defending the firings as company policy for no-shows.

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Now rather than taking ownership for the issues of their own creation, namely their unemployed status, a group of former employees of the Detroit-area auto parts maker EZ Industrial Solutions LLC are claiming that they were wrongfully fired.  “Wrongfully fired” DESPITE numerous warnings from company management of exactly what the repercussions would be for missing work without prior approval.

The Detroit Free Press reports this group is now taking their case to federal labor regulators.  They have filed charges with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). The complaint alleges that the immigrant workers from Mexico and Central America were unjustly fired from EZ Industrial Solutions due to taking part in a political protest.

The complaint goes on to make claims that “the employer coercively questioned employees” on two separate occasions regarding any plans to attend rallies scheduled for February 16 in connection with the “Day Without Immigrants” protest.  The former employees also state they were fired despite information previously given from company management stating they would only be handed a  one-week suspension for skipping work.

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EZ Industrial Solutions vehemently denies any wrongdoing and states that the company acted within the bounds of the law when the workers were fired.  Operations manager Jordan Yoder defended the actions of the company in a statement –

 

The law is quite clear that employees can’t just not show up to work when they’re expected, and also that they are not free to participate in political, non-work related protests during their work day without consequences. We therefore deny any wrongdoing and are confident that the charge will be dismissed.”

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Detroit lawyer for the fired workers, Tony Paris, claims that the company does not require call-ins for missed work due to an informal schedule. Paris stated to the Free Press –

“Workers wouldn’t be punished for not calling in, because they don’t have to do that anyway. The employer never cared. You could not go in for three days and then show up and work.”

The Detroit office of the NLRB has forwarded the complaint to the agency’s Washington, D.C. office for review before a final decision will be made as to fault and/or potential damages, if any.

Source- AFF

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