Monday, October 22, 2012

The Sensata Story.

I thought this broadcast from Freeport, Illinois' Sensata Technologies, by Ed Schultz, was an important moment on cable news. With the help of radio's Sly in the Morning, who did an entire show there, more people are seeing how American jobs are streaming out of this country. This is what we can expect from our "job creators." Profitable companies in this country want more, and can get it, with $1 an hour workers in China.

I wonder what would happen if Sensata employees actually offered to take a dollar an hour? Let's face it, that's the real goal here anyway.



Part 2; Ed compares workers wages at Sensata, and "wages and benefits" in China. It's kinda obvious which business model is preferred.

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