J6 Term update

Discussion in 'Jevic Transportation' started by xeastend, Mar 28, 2009.

  1. xeastend

    xeastend Active Member

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    I was speaking wit an OD driver in Chelsa/Boston the other day.He said they are all moved in to the J6 term.
    Some of the bottom guys from Providence were not thrilled.They got transfered.I will see if I can get some pics

    BTW,what happened to TAH? Dont see him posting
     
  2. localdriver

    localdriver Member

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    Tah posted a few weeks ago,, that was it!
    But I know were Tim works if you want to send him some dead fish???


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  3. xeastend

    xeastend Active Member

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    No thanks!! He never did anything to me,but something about the guy just did not sit right. Just wondering if he got banned or something
     
  4. 88 Landrover

    88 Landrover New Member

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    Rollback the price on those fish LOL :smilie_132:
     
  5. mrs sam vaughn

    mrs sam vaughn New Member

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    the show on jevic aired this morning on the cbs early show you can go to thier web site cbs early show go under videos and click on layed off without notice and see the video on sun capital i did
     
  6. mrs sam vaughn

    mrs sam vaughn New Member

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    help with posting

    can u post this info so the other drivers can see the video i dont know how to do this thanks libby
     
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    ....

    My deepest sympathy extended to you and your family Mrs. Vaughn. I am truly sorry for your loss. The video got me a little choked up. R.I.P. Sam.
     
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    SO.SO SAD! THANKS FOR GETTING THE WORD OUT THERE!
    IT NEEDED TO BE PUT IN HUMAN TERMS!
    I KNEW SAM! HE NEVER MENTIONED HIS ILLNESS.
    THOSE :ranting2::eck13: AT SUN! LAWSUIT HAS NO MERIT!
    WELL WHEN YOU HAVE NO REGARD FOR THE HUMAN IMPACT!
    TO THEM ITS ALL ABOUT THE MONEY!
    I HAD 21+ YEARS THERE! ALL GONE!!!!
     
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  11. mustangfan

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    I never worked for Jevic and never knew Sam Vaughn....but that still doesn't keep me from sending my heart felt sympathies to your family. It sometimes makes a man wonder at what expense companies won't stop at to save a dime.....I noticed one thing at the end of the interview..there is no penalty for them withholding the WARN act.....if theses companies we're made to pay a huge penalty say $25,000 a day then it might have some teeth in it....The penalty money going to the family along with any other monies that is owed them.
    Unfortunately the only thing that makes theses companies do the right thing is lawsuits and by having to pay out the nose....I wish you the best Ms Vaughn
     
  12. xeastend

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    Unfortunatly,the WARN act is just another example of window dressing from D.C.Looks good with no substance.Huge loopholes,no enforcement provisions except civil.That is why New Jersey enacted their own version with teeth
     
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    Unfortunately you are correct. APA has been fighting the WARN suit for 6 or 7 years now. In the end the workers will probably win but there won't be any money left. It would have been cheaper for APA to have paid it's workers the WARN money than to have spent it on legal fees..............So little respect for the hard working employees that made APA a long time industry leader in LTL trucking.
     

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