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Workers' protest in France leaves execs without a shirt (yes, things are getting that bad)


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"... if workers' protests have long been part of the French way of life (the first bossnapping was more than 100 years ago), can it be argued that they are getting worse?

 

The answer is yes."

 

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-34412687

 

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"The shocking images of two Air France executives with their shirts ripped off running from a crowd of angry workers poses yet again the question of industrial relations in France: how did they get to be so bad?"

 

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And I along with all customers were sent an email today from AirFrance "explaining" the incident and asking for our "trust".

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/10/business/international/after-clothes-shreddings-air-france-asks-for-trust.html

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