CSX-Sucks!

Courtesy and Professional CSX Style

You'll do what yer told, you little &%#$@!!!

    CSX likes to picture itself as a company where all of it's employees, customers, and contractors are treated with the highest levels of courtesy, professionalism, and respect. The employees, customers, and contractors know differently....



Showing 1-20 of 13010 articles posted under "Courtesy and Professionalism, CSX Style"

All 13010 articles on one big page.

Name: UP Conductor
E-mail: 
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 23 January 2018

The Feds Can Be Your Worst Nightmare:

Going to the feds to report corporate thugs can backfire. Especially if
you don't initially contact the right department, because your
complaint  can get passed around to several departments, and someone in
between will alert the railroad's lobbyist. And the lobbyist will
notify the connected board member, who will then, notify the railroad
about your 
complaint.

Union Pacific is represented one of the largest lobbying firm in
America:

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Felp, LLP....This firm advises the Department
of Labor of employee complaints in the Transportation Department.

The firm played an important role in reducing UP'S Drug Running Scene,
to a substantial reduction of fines and possible jail time.

Jose H. Villarreal serves as a board member for UP. He also works as a
consultant for the named lobbying firm. So, when an employee files a
federal complaint, the Department of Labor seeks advice from the
lobbyist, and the lobbyist notifies the board member (Villarreal), who
will then notify the railroad.

Be advised to know who your company's board of directors are, and
what's their field of expertise is. And most of the time, the road
leads to the Feds.
Has anyone ever wondered why most of the FRA officials are in inactive
status from the railroads they're suppose to be monitoring?

  View This Article

Name: Justice
E-mail: 
Employed as: Conductor, for 10-20 years
Posted: 22 January 2018

How Do I File a Complaint with the Secretary of Labor?

You may file a complaint with the Secretary of Labor. You should
contact the nearest office of the Wage and Hour Division of the
Employment Standards Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. Record
your complaint in writing and then present it in person, by letter, or
by phone. At that point, the merits of your complaint will be reviewed.
If the Department does decide to take action, it will first try to solve
your problem administratively by negotiating with the employer. If these
negotiations are unsuccessful and if it believes the FMLA was in fact
violated, the Secretary may sue the employer on behalf of the employee.



https://webapps.dol.gov/elaws/whd/fmla/13.aspx

  View This Article

Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 22 January 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EP9BpYZ5lJA check this out!

  View This Article

Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: APE, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 22 January 2018

By the year 2020 in the USA,33 percent of the population will be
Millenial generation.6 out of10 of this generation could not change a
light bulb or tire on a car. One of the most important things to them
is flexible hours in the work place. So this is the future pool of
people to hire from. I do not blame this generation for the way they
are. I blame the parents and teachers. From all the conductors they
hired where I work,only twenty percent lasted a year. The others got
fired or just packed it in. One of the biggest challenges was this
generation having to be away from there phones while on the job. A lot
would not eat at dinner break they would just be into there phones on
there breaks. Some even brought there mothers to the job interviews!!!!

  View This Article

Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: Conductor, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 22 January 2018

Call Today


https://webapps.dol.gov/elaws/whd/fmla/13.aspx

  View This Article

Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: Conductor, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 22 January 2018

oos insurance can't be collected for this.  Only unemployment.

  View This Article

Name: RAPED
E-mail: 
Employed as: Conductor, for 10-20 years
Posted: 22 January 2018

RRJIM

You are totally wrong. Not a single one of us can collect the OOS! 
These son of a bitches haven't officially charge us with anything.
They just have us OOS pending an investigation. We are sitting in
Limbo!  They know what they are doing. I don't know about other
companies but eh UTU OOS isn't paying a thing until an official charge
is put on us.  This is bullshit. This company cant go to hell fast
enough!

  View This Article

Name: RRJim
E-mail: 
Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 30+ years
Posted: 22 January 2018

Kitten

??????

It's your spouse that is affected? I'd let it go. It's their
decision. In these cases it's best to wait for the union to do their
job. At times nothing moves fast. If your spouse has Job Protection
Insurance they can collect it plus RRB unemployment. If they didn't
take out the insurance then that would be irresponsible. I don't know
if getting a third party involved at this point helps. It could
complicate matters. It could tie the unions hands on settling it.

  View This Article

Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: APE, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 22 January 2018

That fmla sounds like a good deal for employees. In Canada in our
collective agreement they have to grant you leave of absence if there
are people laid off in your craft. But if no one is laid off they can
deny you leave because they say puts hardship on company. If you go off
on medical stress leave they can make it hard to come back. They make
you jump threw a lot of whoops. You people much better plan.

  View This Article

Name: Na
E-mail: 
Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 21 January 2018

Corp.

Shut your mouth. Your social media post will be forwarded too for
threatening other posters. Send an email to the webmaster asking him to
explain how he has this domain protected. Stupid company mole!

  View This Article

Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: Corporate office, for 1-10 years
Posted: 21 January 2018

Here is a free one.   When you speak to your attorney be sure let them
know how are layoff board works.   Employers are not allowed to show
why someone is off.     The RR had a direct hand in a hostile work
environment by providing anyone the information how or why someone is
off.

" QUESTION :Can one employee say anything to another employee that
constantly takes FMLA and is putting a burden on coworkers?

ANSWER No. This is absolutely inappropriate, and as an employer you
need to put a stop to it. Federal law permits an employee to take up to
12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave under FMLA. That same law
prevents the employee from being harassed by the employer or coworkers
for using FMLA. Such actions are illegal retaliation and as an employer
you face fines and other penalties if you permit an employee to do
this.

As an employer, it is your obligation to hire, train and schedule
enough staff so that use of FMLA is not a major imposition on
coworkers. The problem here is not the use of FMLA  it is
understaffing."

Better add this to annual pods training.

  View This Article

Name: Kitten
E-mail: 
Employed as: Friend or family of employee, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 21 January 2018

Should a person call and file a complaint if their spouse hasn't?  I
can't decide if we should wait it out.

  View This Article

Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: Corporate office, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 21 January 2018

Don't expect or desire to hurt them.   Only expect them to follow the
law.   Dol is already speaking with them.     There will be lawsuits
against company,managers, human resources and employees who have built
a hostile work environment.    To all who are commenting on fellow
employees leave keep it up. You and co workers know who you are.    You
will be held liable. Social media post have been saved and forwarded.

  View This Article

Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: APE, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 21 January 2018

An old timer told me long ago. That it is pretty hard to hurt a company
of this size!

  View This Article

Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: Corporate office, for 1-10 years
Posted: 21 January 2018

They're dragging their feet.   They know they are in the wrong.  
Don't take it sitting down.    Don't put it off.  3rd parties can
file a complaint.  

                                                        CALL ASAP
https://webapps.dol.gov/elaws/whd/fmla/13.aspx

  View This Article

Name: 
E-mail: 
Employed as: APE, for 10-20 years
Posted: 21 January 2018

May I have another what doc did you see for the carpal tunnel I have the
the same problem as you I believe I need some Fmla for all the rubbing
out

  View This Article

Name: Mayihaveanother
E-mail: 
Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 20 January 2018

Brenda
What up girl?   Don't worry bout your financial mess come hang with
me. Shout out

  View This Article

Name: Mayihaveanother
E-mail: 
Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 20 January 2018

Day 19
Woke up feed my bird.  I'm making and eye patch.   Dig out a puffy
shirt.  Try to teach Trex  to sit on my shoulder.  I need a wooden
sword too.   Gonna be a fun paid day off. 
And Bacon Waffles for brakefast. Updates later my brothers.

  View This Article

Name: liltee
E-mail: 
Employed as: Conductor, for 20-30 years
Posted: 20 January 2018

I'm sick of all the co abusing displacement.   Constantly causing
others hardships.  You know who you are.  I hope CSX comes down hard
you all. This is out of control.  We need the bid system now.   CSX and
the utu is just as guilty as the men letting this go on.   Making others
work more.  Never knowing when everyone is going to disappear.   We have
around 6-12 displaced playing their games any given day.  Not to mention
local chairman laying off all weekends to mark up early Monday to catch
a mail train. 
Or lay off to. Extend their vacations off days or to catch a holiday
watch the Super Bowl.

  View This Article

Name: ENG>
E-mail: 
Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 20-30 years
Posted: 20 January 2018

UP Date....


It is also called whole body vibration injury. There are several jobs
that fall under this condition. One of the most common is with tank
drivers in the military and those who use jack hammers. I am in the
process of suing for the condition. Do not ask me to give details. My
attorney and medical doctor are having enough trouble and resistance
from the railroad now.

  View This Article

Next
www.CSX-Sucks.com
don't click here