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The actual left position on unions is actually pretty negative.
To get right to the point - they're capitalist defense corporations, and as such, are subject to the same corruption pressures as all things within this, and even remotely similarly orchestrated, systems of organization. tl;dr, they will ALL quickly not only not serve their customers (amounting to fraud fairly quickly and without much care for quibbling reasonable doubt, IMO), nor the community, nor the outfit, nor anyone, really… but Bob from HR got an eight-ball out of it.
The fraud plus usually a fuckload of cost-externalizing which is not even realized as a gain in an embezzler's pocket is a large part of why we're not fond, and republicanism shares the same problem - if you can get elected to get your salary, the next step is to sell other peoples' shit below any sane or functional cost. It's straight-up "how do we pareto optimize the worst possible outcome" structure, and there are some traditional economic proofs that suggests that the buyer loses more than they gain; it's basically an "I'll pay you $100 in gold-backed certificates to throw the gold off the boat" scenario.
An actual union of the workers, as opposed to a Union(tm) "of" the workers, is far more desireable. They're fucking pirates, basically.
Getting the upper-tier npcs turned on usually involves the history of the AFL-CIO, any of the billions of times the union has pushed company agenda while the workers tell them both no, and the phrase "yellow unions," or just pointing out that it's a capitalist company with labor as alleged client, and turning them on to actual left unions.
Meanwhile, since it's an ancap defense company, usually with actual enforced monopoly power, the two major factors are whether the workers earn more with "unioncorp" embezzlement bloat, and whether some outside criminal actor has set up a "fucked either way" controlled scenario. Regarding the latter, both the left and the center have some quite skilled terrorists, with the left having more experience in the intelligence and international crisis management industry.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.