Feb 04, 2011 | 12:35 PM
That's what one official of the United Steelworkers union thinks of a warning issued by U.S. Steel Corp. Workers at the steelmaker's Mon Valley Works in Pittsburgh who were looking forward to watching their beloved Steelers try to sack the Green Bay Packers in Sunday night's Super Bowl face being sacked themselves if they miss work as a result. "Employees who are absent without just cause on Sunday, Feb. 6, or Monday, Feb. 7, will be subject to severe disciplinary action," said a memo distributed by the Pittsburgh-based steelmaker. USW vice president Tom Conway told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that he thought the warning was "ham-handed." Conway suggested that adjusting work schedules by enlisting volunteers for Super....
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