Discussion in 'Holland' started by usfmagicman, Nov 4, 2010.
are you feeling OK?
cuz you don't look well
Thats not true, I don't know how road drivers got such a bad reputation...road drivers don't bother to wipe their arses! :Fart:
nothing is easy..don't forget. The 10 min break starts when you head to the break room or get out of the truck and ends when you get back
swear to God they used to follow us. I stayed in the cab on breaks with my watch hanging from the dash
once I took a 12 min break
stealing time is a crime
maybe we should have another vote, 'till you yes pansies get it right!
If there was no GRAY area in the language.....What are they nogotiating about currently????????? Gray area! That is correct.
give us a break with the hypothetical bs, why don't you? you no's have a way of spewing a lot of
I've never seen anything so childish and immature. You and your little clipart. You remind me of my 4 and 5 year old nephews.
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you know shoe, for a guy who resorts to insults and name calling and is as opinionated as you are and who is unable to handle opposing view points even when they are not directed at you makes me thing you just like to stalk people..this is not good
You still haven't answered the question.......If they are currently negotiating over something that has already been voted on, there clearly was gray area. Which is exactly what many of us feared. The gray area never works to the employees advantage. That is why we didn't like some of the new language in the proposal. I know that you picture addicted retirees could care less about OUR work rules, because you are just concerned about YOUR pension. You sit on the couch all day packing Cheetos dust under your foreskin, while the rest of us watch our work rules go up in smoke.
It says if your a road driver and they tell you to drop your trailer or trailers you will drop when and where and how they told you too.
Hey Flash I`ll take a shot at this.It`s called the fourth round of concessions,but this time there is no vote!!
check all of your local DEALS . see it in writing and check the date . if it was made b4 id say friday i would think it should be thrown out as the ibt didnt even get the language pounded out until then . how could the locals make deals on something that hadnt been signed by the ibt and yrc .?
The roadman's biggest concern--to drop or not
the city man's biggest concern--become a four-hour local cartage
it seems to be spelled out in black and white but some may be colored blind and only see gray
get a real problem
why don't you?
IF the language is so "black and white" as you say......why is the Union and the Company still trying to work out the gray areas? You keep saying how clear this proposal was, yet you can't answer this question.
The fact is that you never did care about the work rule changes, you only cared about keeping your pension.
Here in the East, that paragraph was changed to say, "trailers will be replaced with the word pants from here forward!
This would be hilarious if it weren't probably true
then why on earth did you guys vote it in if it wasnt clear,just like the healthcare bill nobody read or understood what they read until it was too late.
oh ya .thats what im talkin about.
I know you don't get it like you don't get anything. You just don't comprehend anything. Some terminal managers are confused like you are. They just need a little tutoring from Johnson so that you and they should be OK on the clarification now that it's it's all written in black and white like this good work on editing my post..more subversion and lies on your part
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