Discussion in 'YRC Freight' started by Freightmaster1, Nov 13, 2013.
Analysts: YRC is facing a tough road ahead - Kansas City Business Journal
“We believe the proposed extension will encounter serious resistance from the voting Teamster membership,” LETS MAKE EM SWEAT:Duel:
Need to read farther down the page :)
The quote about the over tired drivers and aging equipment was interesting!
I thought it said tired equipment and aging drivers :LMAO:
Quote from article: “We fear the old tractors and tired overtime drivers may be contributing to inflated (bodily injury and property damage claims).”
You are right though Wrench, the boss as said as much!
My thoughts are this: Nothing to vote on, therefore ballots are useless. If a survey taker wants my opinion, I will tell them I am represented by the IBT, therefore, I have already given my opinion.
Extension on Pay and pension is ok, as long as it involves raises to BOTH!! We are looking at inflation sooner rather that later. A pay freeze and pension $$ is a non-starter. NO MODIFICATION to absenteeism or any other language in the MOU! This company (and union) have been vague in the language to the point that the practice of the company of any of the previous "modifications" made that mod unrecognizable.
I would like for YRCW to survive, I really do! But so did the workers at Hostess! They were still closed up. Everybody, get your finances in order, your 3 month refills up to date, and resumes up to date. Prepare for the worst, hope for the best!
Overtime drivers??? Someone fudging their logs?
309 YRC Chicago
No log dept at 309. Drivers running hot and heavy.
credet suisse predicted 7 dollars couple of months ago. funny how they knew-somebody needs to come clean
I thought it said aging and tired drivers in old worn out equipment. LOL ! But we will get high tech phones so they know when were broke down alot faster....!
Interesting article anybody seen this one? LTL TRAFFIC.COM: YRC - Heading back to the union again