Discussion in 'XPO Logistics' started by monkeywrench, Feb 13, 2018.
Corporate greed! Its time to fight back!
And to make it even better their doing at a time we’re short of nearly 300 driver a day throughout are system . “ Showing the Love”. Hate to see what they do if there was an abundance of drivers.
The raises are going to be awesome though!
You think so ? I just ordered one of my prescriptions it went from $20 to $35 and thats just one, better be a big raise
I here that repeatedly from drivers at other terminals. Everyone was concentrated on the weekly premiums and didn’t see the actual cost when you use the medical went through the roof
Nobody at my place even did the math on the 30% increase on the copays.
"It only went up $2 per week. That's not bad."
No different than what Conway decided to start doing, papercuts and know that employees are powerless to stop it. The vibe being broadcast was to wait and see, xpo can be a good thing or I recall hearing that was Conway and xpo had nothing to do with benefits reduction. Other than a common raise I’ve seen reduced vacation for new hire, no ot for dockworkers ( which I believe is illegal since I received back pay from a company that had that policy for dock) customary yearly insurance increase and now a nice pat on the back of reducing bereavement. Show the love
8 guys in the meeting this morning (we got postponed a day) and I was the only one who said anything. Really sad.
XPO is counting on no one saying anything. It may be working. Cut, cut, cut!
Is this part of that love that we were being shown?
A going away present ? Here’s a raise. As we are being sold off again.
LOL. XPO don’t care if we say anything. They are entertaining offers. Ain’t got time for hearing us. They are already counting that money !
Sounds like 7 guys knew it wouldn’t do any good to say anything.
Like talking to a brick!
I hearing rumors of more policy change to pto coming.
The only other thing they could really do would be a reduction for us legacy employees to align us with everyone else or reduce the number of paid holidays and make us use PTO for those.
The multiplying factor for legacy employees change is what I’m hearing nothing any more specific than that .
I’m hearing there’s pressure to further align all business units this year.
And is that the formula to detrrmdeta typical employees' net PTO accrual?
Their in hot pursuit of lowering the 0/R even further. Cutting and limiting benefits seems to be back in the spotlight this year.