Discussion in 'Holland' started by caddy, Sep 14, 2017.
Temperature outside is going to start falling. The yearly migration to light duty will begin soon.
At -15% which is $150-$200 week depending on how much forced O.T. , so it's more like $600 to $800 month we are paying for insurance with our -15% .........................
Here we go with those comments again.
Some company's employees have to pay for their insurance, some lose more than that via a pay concession.
Explain where he is wrong.
Can't beat the insurance....its "free!" Lol
The 15% is paying for it right now for the most part. What happens in 19’ when it is pretty much the only bargaining chip left on the table?
They will be repainting all those "100% health insurance is not a myth" trailer doors
troubleman84, we are paying for our Insurance anyway you want to look at it , Nothing is free with YRCW !! because the -15% sure hasn't paid down the $1.5 Billion DEBT much and them not paying into pension for 2 years and now only paying in 25% of the amount ?so where is our -15% going to then ?
I have said for some time now take pictures of those doors for 19’
Or reinvested back into equipment on the scale needed or like other companies of like size
"Paging Dr. Winteroff Dr. Winteroff to exam room 1"
I'm not being disrespectful but it is what it is that 15% has to go somewhere and most places you can get family insurance for around 120 a week if that
The maximum that I'm aware of is the $120.00 per week. That totals $6,240 for a non's annual insurance.
Most non's insurance cost is closer to $50.00 per week. That totals $2,600 for a non's annual insurance.
And for a $100,000 Teamster, after losing -15%, that totals $15,000 for their annual insurance.
That's a fact, and not up for debate.
Anyone who thinks that your insurance is free is living in fantasy land, and only lying to themselves.
Agree , our Insurance is NOT free we are paying for it INDIRECTLY , with our -15% ..............nothing is free is this world one way or another you are going to pay for it !
That’s what the rolling billboards say... please take pictures for when the contract negotiations begin.
Flash with OT sometimes you are giving back $220 a week out of your check. I know it doesn’t show on the stub anylonger, but when it did I regularly seen that amount in the giveback portion.. your telling me they are not funneling that over to H&W?
One of the real reasons they stopped showing the give back on the stub was the fact that near the end moral was at such a dismal level. But really I think they did it so that people wouldn’t keep track exactly how much they were giving back and it’s correlation with insurance.
$14,500 is average giveback per year per man.. where is that money going?
The top brass socks that money away for their golden parachutes once the leave.
They deserve a golden shower, not a golden parachute.