Detroit-area auto parts maker EZ Industrial Solutions LLC graciously gave out jobs to a large group of immigrants in need of income. Although the same rules in the workplace applied to all employees, the entitled immigrants thought they deserved special treatment and secretly began doing what they wanted. When the boss found out about it, he was rightfully irate and met them with a particularly nasty surprise the following morning. Now, these ungrateful workers just got sickening revenge on the employer which explains everything that’s wrong with immigration and giving opportunities to the wrong people.
There seems to be some debate over whether Detroit is officially a so-called Sanctuary City, but one thing is for certain — it’s a once thriving motor metropolis which devolved into the depths of despair and bankruptcy under Democrat leadership. Where liberals are in charge, droves of immigrants are welcome and the owner of the auto parts store assumed he was doing the right thing in giving these people work rather than handouts. Considering the high unemployment rate in the city, handing out 20 jobs to immigrants was pretty generous since citizens didn’t get them. It didn’t take long for that to backfire on the business owner.
Last February, immigrants across the nation gathered in the streets to protest President Donald Trump on a day designated to their angst and perceived oppression under our new leader. The purpose of “Day Without Immigrants” was to stick it to the country who gave them refuge and freedom from their home countries they didn’t like, by making their employers and citizens realize how much they contribute to society by feeling their absence for a day.
EZ Industrial Solutions didn’t approve this day off for 20 of their workers who skipped out on their schedule anyway. They were promptly fired when they returned the next morning because rules are rules and you don’t slap the hand that feeds you. Now, three months after their termination, the entitled immigrants are getting their revenge.
The Daily Caller reports:
“The former employees of Detroit-area auto parts maker EZ Industrial Solutions LLC say they were wrongfully fired, despite warnings from company management that there would be repercussions for missing work without permission.”
“They are now taking their case to federal labor regulators, the Detroit Free Press reported. In a charge filed with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the immigrant workers from Mexico and Central America claim EZ Industrial Solutions unjustly fired them for taking part in a political protest.”
Their complaint is that their employer “coercively questioned employees” on more than one occasion about their intentions of attending the political protest set for February 16. They apparently didn’t think it was any of his business and operating on the assumption that they worst punishment they would receive for skipping work was a one-week suspension, they bailed on their duties and went to the rally.
When they got fired for it, not just suspended, they felt that the decision was unfair. However, the employer insists he acted well within his rights and explains the reason, making perfect sense as to why they are no longer employed.
“The law is quite clear that employees can’t just not show up to work when they’re expected, and also that they are not free to participate in political, non-work related protests during their work day without consequences. We, therefore, deny any wrongdoing and are confident that the charge will be dismissed,” a representative of the company said in an e-mailed statement to the Free Press.
An attorney for the former employees alleges that there was an informal schedule at the workplace, where employees came and went as they wished and weren’t expected give notice of an absence. “Workers wouldn’t be punished for not calling in because they don’t have to do that anyway,” the lawyer told the Free Press. “The employer never cared. You could not go in for three days” and then show up and work, he added. EZ Solutions claim that statement is inaccurate.
This is the problem with giving too much to people who don’t appreciate it who have also heard for eight years under Barack Obama that they are entitled to what they want here in America. There are rules that come with our country and if people can’t accept those, then perhaps they shouldn’t be soo quick to take the good things that are given to them here.
Immigrant or not, if anyone fails to show up to work for any reason without notice and costs the company time and money, they can’t expect to have a job when they decide it’s convenient for them to come back. That’s not a racial rule, that’s just common sense and showing respect for who writes your paycheck.