Tax Reform Bill Passes

Discussion in 'YRC Freight' started by pjl251, Dec 20, 2017.

  1. pjl251

    pjl251 New Member

    Wow! AT&T employees getting $1,000.00 each. Wonder how much we'll get? How about, maybe, uh, $-.15 each! Sounds about right for YRC Freight. How many NO Votes now!!!
  2. Triplex

    Triplex Experienced stalker

    Let's see now, AT&T is the world's largest telecommunications company with assets of about $400 billion and net income of about $13 billion. YRCW has assets of about $1.7 billion and net income of about $2 million.
  3. Elwood

    Elwood Question Authority

    Stop with th facts already!
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  4. Triplex

    Triplex Experienced stalker

    Sorry El, I missed my "Facts Anonymous" meeting yesterday and I've slipped again.
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  5. wongway

    wongway -15% Pay , Never forget

  6. muddog

    muddog Active Member

    Remember in 19’. YRC will save 14% on there tax rate, as this bill has passed. I’m cautiously optimistic on the road ahead. Cautiously.. But, the years of taking a pay/pension haircut should be over among us, as long as our leadership knows how to bargain. It’s susposed to trickle down to the employee. Don’t let them forget that.
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  7. highheadblues

    highheadblues Well-Known Member

    We will get a $750 bone us minus 15% then taxed at 40% in 2019 instead of a raise that year. Start planning your celebration party now!!
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  8. mysticobra

    mysticobra Just here.

    And we are getting a bonus!!
    Not gonna happen. Any of this trickle down crap.
    YRC is the ultimate grinch.
    If anyone here thinks they are gonna get a penny out if yrc over this.
    Well. Good luck. And don't hold your breath.
  9. roadboss

    roadboss Well-Known Member

    :lmao::nutkick::poster oops::kickedoutsmile::chairshot::violin:
  10. Lazarus745

    Lazarus745 Active Member

    AT&T’s latest announcement comes on the heels of a December 14 agreementstruck between the company and the Communications Workers of America. The union agreement, if signed by January 12, will afford 21,000 CWA union member employees a 10 percent raise and a $1,000 lump sum, in addition to the special $1,000 bonus announced this week.

    However, a CWA spokesperson noted in an email to ThinkProgress that AT&T executives had agreed to the special bonus only after CWA argued that its employees should be given the “$4,000 wage increase promised by the Republican corporate tax cut.” CWA officials also reached out to CEOs at other corporations where its members work, like Verizon and American Airlines, to make their case.

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