Discussion in 'Holland' started by TonyTheTiger, Nov 4, 2016.
He's Line haul Material for sure !!
That's our weekend dispatcher at CRST, wong.....
OMG ,Dispatcher YES cause he is very good at it!!
He used to drive this truck, but the company figured he would be safer behind a computer screen....
So what's your point?
I have a little more experience than you, and they made me an offer that was so laughable that I had to bite my tongue to let them keep their dignity.
I recommend that you keep looking.
For those who fear leaving, that is understandable, been there done that. It is scary. But trust me, there is good life after Holland. But do your homework on where to go before you make the leap.
Have a good list of questions for a new prospective employer to be sure they match your needs.
What wrong with that?
It is something to think about instead of complaining on these forums!
These are things to addressed in the next contract. If the pension is broke bargain for a 401k match instead. Its not popular for many I know but the IBT should hopefully start getting members concerns soon.
We wouldn't be drivers then.
Lol. Ever hear of the Unfunded Liability?
They should be working on an alternative plan already, like a 401. CSPF, I doubt you could sell any companies drivers on if you were trying to organize them. Need to go with 401 in each drivers name like we have now with payroll deduction.your account,in your name, and the contribution goes directly into it.
i would like that alot but they voted in hoffa again and hes going to triple down on this pension scheme even though no members that have joined in recent years will EVER have a real pension beyond maybe a car payment. currently the pension system will only benefit those that have alot of time vested in the union and even then at a reduced benefit as the pension is due to go bankrupt in the next 7-8 yrs.
Isn't complaining what we're paid to do? The companies sure love making us complain, so you have to figure that's what they're paying us for!
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