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Vorporix 7th October 2019 09.18:48

Re: Statement responding to 'social media storm' "Regarding Wrexham DSA & Viewing Platform"
 
[QUOTE=Vambo;2304762]No idea, I used strike because it's common term for withdrawal of labour.[/QUOTE]

Strike, collective refusal by employees to work under the conditions required by employers. Strikes arise for a number of reasons, though principally in response to economic conditions (defined as an economic strike and meant to improve wages and benefits) or labour practices (intended to improve work conditions). Other strikes can stem from sympathy with other striking unions or from jurisdictional disputes between two unions. Illegal strikes include sit-down strikes, wildcat strikes, and partial strikes (such as slowdowns or sick-ins). Strikes may also be called for purely political reasons (as in the general strike).

So are they paid employees of the club? If so then strike is fine - if not then presumably strike is a poor choice of words.

Vambo 7th October 2019 09.24:06

Re: Statement responding to 'social media storm' "Regarding Wrexham DSA & Viewing Platform"
 
[QUOTE=Vorporix;2304766]Strike, collective refusal by employees to work under the conditions required by employers. Strikes arise for a number of reasons, though principally in response to economic conditions (defined as an economic strike and meant to improve wages and benefits) or labour practices (intended to improve work conditions). Other strikes can stem from sympathy with other striking unions or from jurisdictional disputes between two unions. Illegal strikes include sit-down strikes, wildcat strikes, and partial strikes (such as slowdowns or sick-ins). Strikes may also be called for purely political reasons (as in the general strike).

So are they paid employees of the club? If so then strike is fine - if not then presumably strike is a poor choice of words.[/QUOTE]

I apologise for my poor choice of words.

Phils-an-alki 7th October 2019 09.26:38

Re: Statement responding to 'social media storm' "Regarding Wrexham DSA & Viewing Platform"
 
[QUOTE=Vambo;2304769]I apologise for my poor choice of words.[/QUOTE]

Just in that post or does the apology cover the last few weeks too?

Vambo 7th October 2019 09.30:05

Re: Statement responding to 'social media storm' "Regarding Wrexham DSA & Viewing Platform"
 
[QUOTE=Phils-an-alki;2304770]Just in that post or does the apology cover the last few weeks too?[/QUOTE]

Knob

Jaded 7th October 2019 09.56:40

Re: Statement responding to 'social media storm' "Regarding Wrexham DSA & Viewing Platform"
 
[QUOTE=Vambo;2304710]Yes, by volunteers who have other things to do too.[/QUOTE]

Vambo, do you think a 19 hour deadline was reasonable? Would you expect Wrexham board members to reply to emails within 19 hours?

Vambo 7th October 2019 10.00:44

Re: Statement responding to 'social media storm' "Regarding Wrexham DSA & Viewing Platform"
 
[QUOTE=Jaded;2304787]Vambo, do you think a 19 hour deadline was reasonable? Would you expect Wrexham board members to reply to emails within 19 hours?[/QUOTE]

It may have been dictated by the time required to set up alternative arrangements, but I'm not defending either side in an issue which seems to have been handled very badly.

Wreck Sam 7th October 2019 10.17:54

Re: Statement responding to 'social media storm' "Regarding Wrexham DSA & Viewing Platform"
 
Perhaps this could be merged with the off-field success thread...

Cenotaff 7th October 2019 10.50:22

Re: Statement responding to 'social media storm' "Regarding Wrexham DSA & Viewing Platform"
 
[QUOTE=Vambo;2304699]Irony[/QUOTE]

Geraint Parry is there as a paid member of staff isn't he?

If lack of time for the volunteers of the board is an issue then the majority of people would probably back employing someone to run the club on a day to day basis rather than paying piss poor players who don't make the match day squad most of the season. Not everything has to be done by volunteers.

It's just another example of poor handling of a situation by the club. I'm not one to rag on them but it's clear they're losing their way.

Vambo 7th October 2019 10.57:13

Re: Statement responding to 'social media storm' "Regarding Wrexham DSA & Viewing Platform"
 
[QUOTE=Cenotaff;2304822]Geraint Parry is there as a paid member of staff isn't he?

If lack of time for the volunteers of the board is an issue then the majority of people would probably back employing someone to run the club on a day to day basis rather than paying piss poor players who don't make the match day squad most of the season. Not everything has to be done by volunteers.

It's just another example of poor handling of a situation by the club. I'm not one to rag on them but it's clear they're losing their way.[/QUOTE]

Yeah of course, GP could have done it in his spare time.


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