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Thread: Teamsters YRCW Local Union Leaders to Meet on December 6

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    Default Teamsters YRCW Local Union Leaders to Meet on December 6

    November 27, 2013

    The Teamsters National Freight Industry Negotiating Committee (TNFINC) has called a meeting with Teamster Local Unions that represent YRCW members on December 6th to review a forthcoming proposal from YRCW that modifies the existing Restructuring Agreement that is not scheduled to expire until March 31, 2015. Consistent with the IBT Constitution and past practice, Local Union leaders, after reviewing the details of the proposal, will then decide whether to submit the proposal to its membership to vote in a mail ballot referendum.

    Details of the proposal will be released after it has been reviewed with the Local Union leaders on December 6th.
    Teamsters YRCW Local Union Leaders to Meet on December 6 | International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT)

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    Default Re: Teamsters YRCW Local Union Leaders to Meet on December 6

    Isnt that the "date which will live in infamy"?

    Bigshots sometimes seem to have some kind of weirdness and sickness with numbers and dates.

    Sayhey kid refered me to a book entitled "The Rise Of The Fourth Reich".

    Duetsh Bank was a big Nazi bank. It was broken up after WWII sometime....but got back together after being split into 4 or something.
    Didnt they own Yellow or something before we were all bought? Or did they loan the money? I cant remember the rumors.
    Not really being serious but sometimes truth is stranger than fiction or something like that.



    I think it would be best for some local leaders to leak the whole deal(if its ridiculous) to the ED Show or the Phlly Enquirer or NYT or MSN before they come home.......let the world know the sham in case its an unpassable deal and they blame us. I already think the local leaders would be best to bring the deal back for a full vote by membership. Foolish move to take on the thing by themselves without passing it on to us.
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    Default Re: Teamsters YRCW Local Union Leaders to Meet on December 6

    If the word health care benefit comes up, I am voting no regardless of what else they say. We all know once you give something up or even part of something they never ever give it back. Insurance is the only reason most people are even here. And their insurance based on a full week is bullshit. One mistake on the company or on the clerks behalf and you could lose everything you have worked for your whole life. If you agree on this going threw, your stupid .This single thing could be worse than anything you ever voted for!

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    Default Re: Teamsters YRCW Local Union Leaders to Meet on December 6

    We could work for free and YRC can find a way to lose money. The word is NO!

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    Default Re: Teamsters YRCW Local Union Leaders to Meet on December 6

    YRC Drivers Up Against Big Deadline This may be a duplicate of article posted by fedexnuno. I apologize if it is.
    Logistics conglomerate YRC Worldwide and its workers have been caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place for at least five years. Now the squeeze is getting even more uncomfortable for both sides, and it could soon come to a crisis point for the second time in four years.
    If the Teamsters and YRC Worldwide management do not agree to a deal, the company could be in danger of going under, ending the jobs of some 26,000 employees, including between 1,000 and 1,500 in San Bernardino and Riverside counties

    Many retired workers in the Inland area are covered by the company’s medical plan and could lose those benefits.
    LABOR: YRC drivers up against big deadline | Business | PE.com

 

 

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