Hello everyone. I realize that this may be in the wrong forum, and if so, let me know (and/or) change/delete the thread. Personally, I've always been a strong union supporter. Today was my orientation in the Supply Chain Solutions arm, and I thought I'd share an observation... Roughly half of the materials that we watched or were given were both condescending and borderline threatening to those who might want union representation. Yes, I knew going in that SCS is non-union. I just found it strange, and a little funny that they would devote so much time into hammering a non-union ideology into your head. Admittedly, I'm biased, as I previously mentioned. That said, I would have to think that anyone would see right through that. If unions are so 'bad', why do they feel the need to spend so much time and effort into driving that ideology home? The videos that we watched were nothing short of hilarious. All kinds of people who were "once for the union, but after we looked into it, we've changed our opinion...thank god they're so good to us, and wages are so high.' (They're not high.) Rehabilitated, indeed.