A German worker at an anti-union strike gets fired for refusing to join a union
A German labor union has fired an employee for refusing the union’s demand that he join the collective bargaining union, the German media reported.
The strike took place in the industrial city of Darmstadt in northern Germany on March 6.
The employee was fired after refusing to agree to a contract offer, according to the Welt am Sonntag newspaper.
The news came just a day after an employee at an Italian restaurant was fired for not paying his share of the tab.
Both cases are in their third week.