Have to agree on this one, one wonders why some businessmen are dealt with by their workers, a couple of broken legs and a knuckle sandwich just might solve this problem.
Probably because a worker on minimum wage that does such a thing is not only going to find himself in trouble with the law, but also likely to find a few tougher thugs on his tail. Who are the police going to side with, the minimum wage worker, or the rich businessman?
Well, maybe not that extreme but some more sticking up for themselves and putting their character into sth wouldn't go amiss. It's their defeatist attitude that counts against them. Some more zip and determination would stand them in better stead.
I think a great deal of the problem is caused by the way that Solidarity (and their ilk) are only interested in their own - if you've got a moustache and work in Ciegelski, of course they'll help you. But if you're just an ordinary worker in an ordinary company, you've got no chance - and this is shameful.
The funny thing to me is that on paper, Polish laws are stronger than UK laws!