Sunday, June 17, 2012

Palermo's Pizza Posted Statement On Property That Unions Can't Change Immigration Status

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Public statement place on Palermo Villa's property coincides with immigration policy.

By H. Nelson Goodson
June 17, 2012

Milwaukee - On Saturday, a posted banner in front of Palermo's Pizza property at 3301 E. Canal St. seemed to portray the Palermo Villa, Inc. owners and its marketing director have finally come to realize unions can't change federal immigration laws or policy. The message Palermo Villa owners are attempting to convey read "A union will not change your immigration status. Only the right documents will."
The U.S. Congress reserves the right to pass and regulate immigrations laws. Most Americans do know that unions can't change immigration laws. But they can be very influential and instrumental in helping to change unfair immigration laws or policies affecting workers.
Palermo Villa is focusing on an issue, which can be construed as elementary. Who ever thought of the statement concerning unions not being able to change immigration status should be replaced for such an inept statement.
Palermo Villa owners could have used the banner space more efficiently to welcome business and to actually value their workerforce. Because without a fair contract for their employees and safe working conditions at the work place, Palermo will be facing difficult times ahead.
A national boycott was called for Parlermo's Pizza products. The employees went on strike late last month when Palermo Villa owners failed to recognized a Palermo workers union.

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