That is union employment for you! Unions have become so powerful that it is next to impossible to fire an employee, no matter what he does.These guys are not worried about repercussions. They know that their union will step in and fight for them. In the end, they will keep their job with no punishment at all.
....lunch break means grabbing a salad or maybe a burger....Always a burger, never a salad.
if u work fer the govment u can get away wit anyting, includn not wrkn.
You on a lunch break drinking too?
HAHAHA Can't believe it took someone this long to notice. It's been going on forever.Let's hope they do some more digging and come across all the other stuff that goes on out there.Someone needs to get their hands on a Union Employee Handbook that an employer has to go by. YOU will be shocked! Here's one rule that has always chapped my butt...a union employee is allowed to miss up to 3 days before calling the employer to say they are not coming in.Signed, Posting ANON so to avoid pissing off friends who play the 3 day game to the fullest and hang out under da tree. LOL
Not all employeed at Lockheed are union workers. They are temps
Look you morons. I work at lockheed and there are 12000+ employees here. You saw 6 drinking beer during lunch and 2 temporary contract laborers smoking pot. I'll give u this, say that those 6 + 4 more do it every day, helll let's make it 20. That's way less than 1% of the workforce. Take your place of employment and just cause you don't see it I promise you it's goin on, and I bet the percentage is way greater than that of lockheed. Come on you donkeys it goes on everywhere!!
About 15 years ago I dated a girl who worked in the wiring harness section which employed about 200 women.She said that on breaks a huge number of them would go out and smoke pot in the parking lot.Oddly,no F-16's crashed due to faulty wiring.
2:55so, it's okay to trust the multi-million dollar construction of military equipment to drunks and potheads, if a couple of guys in the warehouse are also stoner losers?Your company needs to have ZERO people drinking or doing drugs on the job
2:55 Last time I checked, if I got high at lunch, then my work done after lunch would not run the risk of killing a pilot and the possibility of killing people on the ground.
If I worked somewhere I knew employees were drinking or smoking on the job, by God, I would turn them in. Zero tolerance should be in place, no matter where you work or park your butt. It has nothing to do with risk of life - it is the freaking rules that morons refuse to follow. Sometimes I hate my fellow man!!!
I'll have another
Oh she jumped in the buggy and gave a little yellThe horse ran away and tore the buggy all to hellNow the horse is in the stable and the buggy is in the barnAnother little drink will do us any harm
I guarantee you that anyone doing that stuff at my job would be promptly caught and fired (we have mandatory random drug screens). I understand the point that anyone could be doing that at any job. My problem is that even after being confronted with it Lockheed has obviously done nothing about it if the same people are still going out there doing the same thing. 2:55 just because it goes on at some point doesn't mean it's ok or that it can continue to go on indefinitely. That's just idiocracy at its finest.
3:53, a beer? Really? How about the people that show up buzzed on coffee; or on a doughnut sugar high, or on antidepressants, or taking Tylenol 3 after a root canal, or any other manner of impairment? How about the person working on a critical components whose wife just left him? Or with gambling debts? Or a kid in the hospital?
3:26 - think again.In the early days of the F-16 program, the production line had some serious issues, including wiring harness. Boiled down to the good old boy - shade tree mechanic attitude of I know how to mechanic better than these city slickers. Several notable screw-ups, the most serious killed Capt. Ted Harduvel in Korea. The crash was originally attributed to pilot error, but his wife pushed the Air Force for information. It was finally discovered that wire harness chafing led to a massive short and system shut down. A good old boy did not follow the production spec & it killed a brave pilot. The worker quietly retired. There was even a TV movie made of the tragic situation. I think it was named Afterburn.My Other Brother Darryl
99 cans of beer in the cab...99 cans of beer....Pull one out, slam it down...Throw it out the window so Becky can get it on video...98 cans of beer in the cab.
Unions have nothing to do with this, this was contract scabs. It's not as bad as the cop who robbed the Sams Club and got probation in today's DMN.
The Union at Lockheed would never approve of this. Execs drink on the job all the time, but if you are a working person making under 50 grand, it is frowned upon.
I work at Lockheed. I have never been invited to drink beer at lunch. Is this a club that I could join?
5:27, I'm fairly sure I teach your kid. You too are an idiot.
lets sell these airplanes to Pakistan...
I lived in Germany for three years and remember the German workers packing a beer with their lunch. Not a big deal.
I work at Budwiser and on our breaks we build F-16 parts. I see no problem.
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