SEFL's top out wage

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  1. supahtrucka26

    supahtrucka26 Member

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    I know we all make close to the same top out hr wage, don't we? here in NAT its $22.00. I'm curious what it is at some of the smaller areas like especially in FLORIDA and TEXAS
     
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    south Florida 21.95
     
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    21.35 in the carolinas, i thought we all made the same
     
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    same in va. At one time some terms. made more because it was hard to retain drivers. These were mostly in the highly populated areas ( atl., fdk.).
     
  6. imported_Girn

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    so did I????
     
  7. racehorse

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    i thought we all made the same....thats what we were told...
     
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    as far as i know its 21.35 everywhere or at least thats what they say
     
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    south Florida 21.95 what terminal do you work at? And whats with all these different top wages we are stating??? In south Florida we are topping off at 21.95 per hour. Orlando thru Miami that's the top. If we are all doing the same job what's with the discrepancy in topped out wages?????
     
  11. imported_Girn

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    racehorse what's going on here?????
     
  12. racehorse

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    i do not know...do the linehaul guys make the same.....
     
  13. imported_Girn

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    no they are by the mile .52 cpm
     
  14. imported_Girn

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    Can anyone tell me why there is a different TOP wage, per terminals, per regions, within our company?? Am I still happy to be working? Yes I am. Different regional economies must be at work here.
     
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    yall need any help in florida....thinking about retirement....
     
  17. tonyz73

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    FAY is 21.35 and RAL is $0.20 more. The funny thing is, these terminals meet at the same breakbulk (RMT). So the combo drivers working the breakbulk, on the same dock, doing the same work, make different wages.
     
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    tonyz73 New Member

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    Girn, they started different top pay wages about 3 or 4 years ago. The explanation we got was cost of living and also to help recruit drivers in areas where it is hard to find drivers.
     
  19. imported_Girn

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    I stand corrected!!!
     
  20. imported_Girn

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    thank you tonyz73. I had a feeling it had to do with locale-regional economies.
     

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