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    Default YRC contract negotions 2019

    The HOS for city drivers has been increased to 70/8 with a 34 hour restart.

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    This was a topic of discussion in the driver's pre shift meeting this AM.

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    This is strictly voluntary.

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    Default re: YRC contract negotions 2018

    More info on this program.

    YRC, Teamsters sign two pilot programs changing driver schedules, adding non-CDL classification
    The five-year contract extension between less-than-truckload carrier YRC Worldwide Inc. (NASDAQ:YRCW) and its approximately 24,000 Teamsters union members doesn’t expire for more than four months. But it could be argued the thrust-and-parry between the parties began last Friday.
    That’s when the Teamsters and YRC agreed to launch two driver pilot programs, each of which will start this Sunday and run for 60 days. One program allows YRC’s road and city drivers to work 70 hours over an 8-day period, and makes a 34-hour driver restart available for those workers. The other creates positions for employees without commercial driver licenses to make local, short-haul deliveries that in the past were handled by non-union third parties. Those unionized “non-CDL” drivers would earn $20.14 an hour.
    The pilot covers operations at Holland and New Penn, two of YRC’s three U.S.-based regional operating companies. Compliance is voluntary, meaning a driver does not have to accept the longer hours of service or the 34-hour “restart,” which allows drivers back on the road after 34 hours of rest. Federal regulations mandate that drivers take 34 hours off after working a maximum of 70 hours in a maximum 8-day cycle. However, the Teamsters are free to adjust the hours worked downward depending on the preference of each local.
    https://www.freightwaves.com/news/lt...pilot-programs
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    Got these from YRC no concessions on facebook page 1.jpg page 2.jpg page 3.jpg
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    As Contract Time Nears, YRC Deals more MOUs

    I know someone already posted this but I think it is a good time to start a thread about contract negotiations.

    Just weeks away from negotiations on the next YRC contract, IBT Freight Director Ernie Soehl has agreed to two “pilot programs” to address “driver shortages.”
    As Contract Time Nears, YRC Deals more MOUs - Teamsters for a Democratic Union
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    Default So it begins..contract talks

    TNFINC Co-Chair and Teamsters National Freight Division Director Ernie Soehl stated, “We want to get these companies back to a normal NMFA-style contract and we made clear to the companies that we are not interested in concessions in these negotiations.”

    Additional or current concessions? Good to see it put out there from the get-go,anyway.


    https://teamster.org/news/2018/12/te...uage-proposals
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    Default Re: So it begins..contract talks

    They said the same thing about the ups contracts,...Look at how that turned out.

    Don't let the teamsters sell you guys out anymore than they already have!!
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    Default Re: So it begins..contract talks

    Quote Originally Posted by B'oink View Post
    TNFINC Co-Chair and Teamsters National Freight Division Director Ernie Soehl stated, “We want to get these companies back to a normal NMFA-style contract and we made clear to the companies that we are not interested in concessions in these negotiations.”

    Additional or current concessions? Good to see it put out there from the get-go,anyway.
    https://teamster.org/news/2018/12/te...uage-proposals
    If they wanted the MNFA to carry on, than IMO they should have shoved it down UPS Freight Throat....but instead give UPS a white paper contract and it "SUCKS" from day one IMO....hell I don't blame YRC and ABF for wanting out......Hoffa you just give the riches transportation company in the world a very COMPANY friendly contract as it still is 11 years later.....I wouldn't count on anything with these guys (IBT) IMO they serve their own intreast...not yours and you will keep voting till you get it right....just my opinion.
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    https://www.ttnews.com/articles/team...QiESLhGq0yfghw

    Teamsters Exchange Contract Proposals with YRC, Holland and New Penn

    After working for eight years under a series of contract extensions, less-than-truckload carrier YRC Freight and its two regional operations have opened contract negotiations with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.

    An estimated 24,000 employees are covered under the bargaining agreement. The current short-term agreement, or “Memo of Understanding,” expires March 31. YRC and its Holland and New Penn companies are all covered under the agreements.

    Representatives for the companies and the union have exchanged initial proposals. Economic issues have not yet become part of the discussion but will eventually, according to the Teamsters.

    In a statement, YRC spokesman Mike Kelley said, “The parties are in the very early stages of negotiations. However, we can tell you that the companies are committed to reaching an agreement.”
    How many times do they have to vote to get it right this time?
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