That is still union intervention because those companies only provide those things to keep their workers from voting in a union. Without union companies out there to set the standards for wages, benefits, and work rules, those non-union workers would be getting minimum wage and slave labor conditions.Companies that exceed pay, benefits, working conditions of union companies, give their employees the advances brought into the work force by the unions, without having to pay dues. The non-union transplants auto companies, do not have unions, but are reported to be better places to work than the UAW represented plants.
So what?BTW I still remember the Teamsters taking dues out of my last paycheck as Zantop went out of buisness. I saved the pay stubb.