Wisconsin Governor Walker did away with collective bargaining several months ago. As a result, many of the State's agencies and departments were able to evaluate their employees on the basis of performance and to fire non performers. In addition, many employees have chosen not to be unionized resulting in their not paying union dues and they are starting to give out raises to those that have shown they have the necessary skills to achieve results.
See information below explaining what happened after Governor Walker did away with collective bargaining!
Remember the violent and disgusting demonstrations over Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker doing away with collective bargaining for Teacher's unions? The results are in. Some school districts went from a $400,000 deficit to a $1,500,000 surplus as a result. They are even hiring new teachers, not firing like the Union proponents said would happen.
It seems that the insurance company that provided all the "so-called" benefits to the teachers was an insurance company owned and operated by the teacher's union. Since the outfit was guaranteed to get the insurance business from the teachers, and the State had to pay for it (not the teachers) the insurance company was increasing annual costs every single year to become the most expensive insurance company in the state. Then the company was donating millions and millions of dollars to its favorite democrat politicians who, when they got elected, guaranteed to keep funding the union's outrageous costs. In other words, the insurance company was a "pass through" for Wisconsin taxpayer money directly to the politicians that were heavily lobbied.
If this information is completely accurate, then what about states like California and New York? I only hope that their AG's are investigating at this very moment.
This supports my previous articles regarding the collusion between big business andbig government. I hope you will read my previous articles. The above article has been issued by several sources, so I cannot claim authorship of all the elements in this review as I do all others.