Union Pacific Labor Agreements

For decades, we`ve been fighting with carriers over their feverish attempts to cut costs and put your life at risk through down-sizing teams. This current round of negotiations is no different. You have tried to eliminate your work and operate trains in the most dangerous way possible. To defend yourself, that`s the purpose of this case. The articles also try to scare you by claiming that at the end of the moratorium on the last person, airlines will unilaterally reduce crews. That is not how the law works. The course of moratoriums is not the crew of the sunset. On the contrary, moratoriums prevent any party from notifying a section 6 communication to modify or modify current crew agreements until the last protected employee leaves. Union Pacific stated that it unilaterally changed its presence policy in 2003 and revised it in 2006.

The company then survived a legal challenge from the union, according to the appeal. Washington, D.C. (aug. 7, 2020) – On August 5, 2020, 12 railroad unions, whose members and their families are covered by the NRC/UTU plan and the Railroad Employees National Health and Welfare Plan, filed an appeal against the nation`s Class I railroad companies in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. . . .