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CSX Attendance Policy

NO!!! You CAN'T have a day off!

    The railroad practically invented the term 'on-call'. Many CSX employees do not have schedules, but are forced into working a 'list'. Most lists are on call 6 days a week, 24 hours a day, and often the employee cannot even choose their day off. It is common to be called to work during an assigned day off.

    Unscheduled days off are usually not granted for family or religious obligations. There are many CSX employees who have been unable to attend their childrens' birthday parties, their wedding anniversaries, and even funerals because they were not allowed time off.

    We've even heard of people who had to call out sick, to attend their own wedding! We're sure that some of these stories that can top even that one...



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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 05 February 2020

How much is the bonus?

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Name: 
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 10-20 years
Posted: 05 February 2020

Bonus statement is on the gateway!

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Name: 
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Employed as: Corporate office, for 1-10 years
Posted: 05 February 2020

Ok : If you blood...you got it !!

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Name: 
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 10-20 years
Posted: 05 February 2020

Attention all CSX Management:


It’s going to be an Eye for an Eye,     Just remember that!!!


I’ll be coming for your job!!!!

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Name: LocaCmen
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 05 February 2020

I no oft da unoin biznis an I can tale you dare we be gittin 12 purcent
don't wory brothur 

Chex Inda Mial   Twevle pucents     We dida a good yaer

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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 05 February 2020

The union representatives suck!! I asked my rep the other day what
percentage of the bonus the engineers were getting. Guess what he
didn’t know. How the hell do you not know. If not knowing shit was part
of the job description you guys have got that one down. You don’t know
shit because your too busy marked off union business not doing shit. I
hate the union and I don’t care the little good they do. They are all
corrupt. I like everyone else with 20 plus years are stuck.

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Name: Agreement 
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 04 February 2020

Your absolutely correct about the agreement,     How can anyone keep
track of all the side agreements and hand shake agreements that have
taken place,     I blame this on the corruption in our unions,     
They are just as corrupt as the company,     Letting them do whatever
they want, whenever they want.       And they don’t give a shit!!!

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Name: localCmen
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 04 February 2020

donut swaet it guys i be oft all weak lik da othur local chiarmen  we
gittin sheet takon car of we no they be wontin da one men crue.   we
anint gona let it hapin  
 
i be oft al weak.  if you gots any cliams just call da payrol and
handle al da sheet and do al da leg work i be watchin da boobtube if
you gots any qeustoins 

BoyCunt wil be n Alatana next mondae

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Employed as: Conductor, for 20-30 years
Posted: 04 February 2020

This is why 2 people belong on the Locomotive!!!


Nothing else needs to be discussed!!!


https://smart-union.org/news/conductor-engineer-rescue-wandering-5-year-old-girl-in-minnesota/

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Name: UP service Lanes 
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Employed as: Train Master/ supervisor, for 10-20 years
Posted: 03 February 2020

Looks like about 20 lanes coming back to CSX effective today!!


Click on link below and the spreadsheet.  




https://www.up.com/customers/announcements/intermodal/allintermodal/IM2020-15.html

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Name: localCmen
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 03 February 2020

ize bout to get called fo da local but wats u kno i gots to be oft fo da
unoin buisnes    we be gitin dat bonos monies and da brotherhood mite
needs to git a hold of a brothor fo some q an a 

so i be oft til next monday if anyones needs somethin 


PeeS Jaimie BoyCunt ia rat basterd mothertrucking no good peice of shet

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Name: CN Strike Update Canada
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Employed as: Conductor, for 10-20 years
Posted: 03 February 2020

TCRC members ratify new three-year contract with CN
(Source: Teamsters Canada Rail Conference press release, January 31,
2020) 

MONTREAL — Conductors, yard workers and trainpersons employed by
Canadian National Railway (CN) have voted 91.3% to ratify a new 3-year
collective agreement. The over 3,000 workers are represented by the
Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC). 

The new contract focuses primarily on safety, specifically with regards
to crew fatigue and hours of work. The agreement was reached after an
8-day strike in November last year. 

“We did not get everything we wanted, but we still succeeded in
reaching a fair agreement which will keep the trains running while
improving rail safety. That’s good news for our members, the company
and all Canadians,” said the national president of Teamsters Canada,
François Laporte. 

“We’ve succeeded in getting CN to adjust some of its practices in the
interests of safety. But the core problem of fatigue in the rail
industry can only be resolved through government regulations,” added
the president of the TCRC, Lyndon Isaak. “The issue of fatigue is still
far from resolved.” 

Key points from the new contract

During bargaining, the company sought to strip the collective agreement
of its rest provisions while increasing the workload on conductors. The
union prevented this from occurring.

The company has agreed to a number of changes relating to workplace
safety. Of critical interest are the improvements made to provisions
covering rest and fatigue. 

CN does not recognize rest as a regulatory or safety issue. As such,
when exhausted workers ask to be relieved after working beyond the
10-hour limit set out in the collective agreement, the company would
previously tell workers to “do the work now and file a grievance later”
if they were unhappy. Under the new agreement, the company will waive
the “work-now-grieve-later” policy when fatigued employees seek to book
rest and be relieved, meaning they would not be compelled to continue
working. 

Under the new agreement, to further dissuade the company from violating
the rest provisions set out in the collective agreement, workers will
receive extra compensation when forced to work 30 and 60 minutes into
their rest periods, including train staff and those at railyards.

The agreement sets out shifts as starting and ending at the employee’s
locker facility, or another agreed location, in order to clarify when
workers are on paid time. Previously, the company would count trips to
employee locker facilities as off-duty time, significantly reducing
time available to sleep. Trips to the locker facility can sometimes
take hours, and federal work/rest rules mandate as little 6 to 8 hours
off-duty time between shifts.

Other, non-safety related changes to the agreement include an
industry-standard 8% wage increase over the course of the 3-year
agreement (2.5% / 2.5% / 3%), retroactive to July 23, 2019. Workers
will also receive a taxable $1000 ratification bonus. The health and
welfare plan also saw a series of improvements. 

The union was not able to eliminate the lifetime cap health and welfare
payouts, instead convincing the company to lift the cap from $60,000 to
$75,000. Unless the federal government implements a universal
pharmacare program, this issue will likely come up again in the next
round of bargaining.

The new collective agreement will expire on July 22, 2022.

Acknowledgements

“These fights are never easy. I would like thank the bargaining
committee for their hard work and dedication, and for standing up to
adversity over the course of this 8-day strike,” said Ray Donegan, head
of the union’s bargaining committee.

Teamsters would like to once again thank Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
for respecting workers’ right to strike. The union would also like to
acknowledge Labor Minister Filomena Tassi, Transport Minister Marc
Garneau, and the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS).
They were instrumental in helping parties reach an agreement. 

“Ottawa used to routinely violate workers’ right to strike in the rail
sector. But this government remained calm and focused on helping
parties reach an agreement, and it worked,” said François Laporte.

Teamsters represent close to 125,000 workers in Canada in all
industries, including over 16,000 in the rail sector. The International
Brotherhood of Teamsters, with which Teamsters Canada is affiliated, has
1.4 million members in North America.

Monday, February 3, 2020

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Name: 
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Employed as: APE, for 20-30 years
Posted: 03 February 2020

CSX, other railroads, face potential of millions in damages in dozens of
suits alleging collusion!!




This is no Shock!!


You can only pad the books for so long!!!!


Sounds like Another Enron!!!

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Name: localCmen
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Employed as: Conductor, for 20-30 years
Posted: 02 February 2020

i be oft da unoin buisnes al weakend slong takin care of shet  we be
gettin da bonus monies as soon as BoyCunt  can get oft his knees Mr
Footeslong ben given it him hard

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Name: 
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Employed as: Conductor, for 10-20 years
Posted: 02 February 2020

Rumor has it there is a bounty out for Boychuk!!!

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Name: 
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Employed as: Corporate office, for 1-10 years
Posted: 02 February 2020

When We catch you, and We gonna catch you, violating The Company rules
you will be terminated. HE WHO LAUGHS LAST LAUGHS THE BEST.

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Employed as: Train Master/ supervisor, for 20-30 years
Posted: 02 February 2020

Boom Boom Boychuk!!!



Just ask his managers at CN about this while they we’re running a box
and lost control of the train!!!

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Name: 
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 02 February 2020

Where was the crew from that stopped and got something to eat and
drink?


Boychuk was fired from CN!    


Now it’s time he gets fired from CSX!!!

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Name: LCmen
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 02 February 2020

Tru story see below

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Name: 
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 02 February 2020

Jamey BoyCunt  sovived tis Primee Alabamer Blak snake. 


Ps I be of da unoin bisness all week slong

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