New three year labor contract for Pan Am ratified.
bostontrainguy wrote: ↑Fri Jan 29, 2021 5:33 pm New three year labor contract for Pan Am ratified.So PAR only has 81 Engineers and "Trainmen" / "Conductors"? I assumed it was a bigger operation. 2% annual wage increases won't even keep up with cost of living, obviously I don't know their current wages. Don't want labor friction to "derail" the sale. When they become CSX employees will they keep this agreement or adopt CSX's?
Gilbert B Norman wrote: ↑Sat Jan 30, 2021 11:35 am If Timmy was that "generous", why was there such a long and bitter strike on the property?Because the pre-ST contracts made the post-ST ones look like working in Alcatraz. I should note I am sure the national contracts have benefits over the ST ones and they likely get some similar perks. I believe the pay rate was slightly higher. Unsure if ex-ST folks will get Dovetail rights, it depends a lot on how they set up the Division.