Discussion in 'YRC Freight' started by truckinus, Oct 30, 2017.
I thought I read only certain terminals got full pay? I bet OKC isn't one of them.
And you're hoping for different in ltl?
He owes his soul to the company store
If you go from one Union company to another after 90 days you go to full scale
As it was before deregulation!
And after for a while.
Until Teamsters who weren't affected by it voted in a reduction for Teamsters who didn't get a vote.
So telling the TRUTH is showing what colors ? what color's are you talking about ?
Your true colors? Your petty, spiteful, resentful opposition to new hires in some cases being started out at full pay just because you went through progression when you started. Is it clear now?
It was in 1957, my first year in Teamsters.
YUP & my bad and so lets welcome the new guys by giving them all 10 weeks vacation time after 30 days too & Full Pay and a Brand new truck and 20 sick days and any run they want and any start times they want too !! You have a good wk-end Uncle Trip
By now the absurdity of your comments shouldn't surprise me but sadly it still does.
1957, I was in the first grade. We were non union.
Bet in 57, you never dreamed you would be "king of the Roost in Campground Approved Firewood" business.
In the fall of 1957 I was starting my senior year of high school and loving the music of Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Five Satins, Sam Cooke, The Crickets, etc., and the company of some great looking freshman and sophomore gals.
PS - If I'd known back that some day I'd be dealing with Wong on TB I'd have avoided going into trucking altogether!
I was listening to the same good music, Jerry Butler, Platters, Drifters, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, I was just chasing older women.
I knew when I was 12, I was going to drive a truck, thought it would be for Roadway, Johnson Motor Lines or Akers.
In Charlotte they were the big dogs, along with Central Motor Lines and Pilot, but all ran sleepers.
Got on with RTL and couldn't have made a better choice, single operation, south end.
As for Wong, put him under Dave's hat and let him simmer, don't keep him under too long, after all, he's BRG Patel's
LLCs chief consultant
Must have flunked Kindergarten for two years.
Where did you get that idea from?
Article 36. But it is 90% when hired, and 100% after 1 year.