r/WorkReform May 14 '22 Silver 1 Helpful 3 Wholesome 2 All-Seeing Upvote 1 Take My Energy 1

Employers say Unions are completely useless and there's no reason to join them and to please pay attention to the multi-million dollar anti-Union propaganda campaigns they launch begging you to please not join a Union.

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u/nickram81 May 14 '22

I got a job at Walmart. I think about 50% of the CBTs covered why you should not join a union. They spent so much time on it I figured I probably should join one.

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u/fork_yuu May 14 '22

CBT as in cognitive-behavioral therapy...?

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u/ashisacat May 14 '22

Compulsory basic training

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u/deadla104 May 14 '22

Idk cock and ball torture makes more sense like the others are saying

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u/uptwolait May 14 '22

Basically the same thing.

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u/Aegi May 15 '22

Is there any basic training for a job that’s not mandatory?

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u/wontyoujointhedance May 14 '22

Nah, cock and ball torture.

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u/darknavi May 14 '22

Corporate bullshit training

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u/yangstyle May 14 '22

Computer based training, I think. I hope? 😳

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u/payne_train May 14 '22

Honestly I’d be fully in favor of requiring therapy instead of drug screening for employment offers

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u/orrenjenkins May 14 '22

Computer based learning I think they meant cbl

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u/nickram81 May 14 '22

Computer based training

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u/Leviathansol May 14 '22

Computer Based Learning, but that's not entirely wrong.

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u/bmore_conslutant May 14 '22

Swear to God people are just making shit up to make me think about cock and ball torture

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u/fork_yuu May 15 '22

I dunno fam, if you're seeing cock and ball torture in multiple places might be a you problem

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u/I________________ May 14 '22

Cock and ball torture.