it's a shame that it came down to this, if only 5k were a part of the Union and 13k weren't apart of it; it's sad that the majority could not rule. And right before the holidays, is such a bad time. Poor families!
The interesting/frustrating part of this story is that the company opened it's books to the Teamsters Union to prove it wasn't trying to pull anything over on the workers. Teamsters then made concessions to keep their members employed. The bakers union made a horrible decision for their members.
Unions can be a blessing....or a curse. It all depends on the leadership.