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Some recent working agreements between railroad managements and employees.

Association of American Railroads. Bureau of Railway Economics. Library

Some recent working agreements between railroad managements and employees.

Part III.

by Association of American Railroads. Bureau of Railway Economics. Library

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Published in [Washington .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Mimeographed.

The Physical Object
Pagination22, iii leaves.
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14794286M

The American free enterprise system has been one of the greatest engines for prosperity and liberty in history, and has the potential to deliver a promising future for the United States and the world. 1 Through protecting property rights and fostering healthy competition, democratic capitalism rewards work and ingenuity which improves our lives and has liberated more people from poverty than. Another element of the public interest to be considered is the fate of railroad employees. In the mid–s, as you know, there were over a million employees. By , it has been reduced to , employees. Today it stands at approximately ,

The recent sharp drop-off in international intermodal loadings from West Coast ports during the Great Recession, almost one-fourth of the traffic, caused some ports to request that their railroad connections re-examine rate structures in order to hold the line against diversions to Panama Canal routings.   Among the most fundamental observations about railroad costs is that large capital expenditures are required to construct a new railroad and launch operations. These initial costs, sometimes called threshold costs, are “sunk” into the railroad’s .

Some railroad executives proposed company sponsored accident and life insurance programs in the s in order to undermine union sponsored benefit plans and the unions themselves, to decrease lawsuits, to reduce the costs of medical care, and to shift some of the costs to employees. Robert Harris proposed such a plan in , but it was. There was a significant* relationship between the employees' positive interest in the off-hours educational program and the frequency with which they expressed problems. Considering the loo item list as a whole, the interested group I. checked rather consistently a greater percentage of problems than the uninterested group. 2.


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The people who work on trains have a variety of jobs. Each member of a train crew has a very specific function. Since train crews do most of their work beyond the observation of supervisors, their duties, responsibilities, and often even their actions are carefully prescribed in the railroad’s operating rulebook.

I see a parallel between that experience, and some railroad managements in the eras from - or so. - Paul North. "This Fascinating Railroad Business" (title of book by Robert Selph Henry of the AAR).

First off, the windows are 7 days a week, employees do not get regular days off. And when working a window we can only book up to 14 hours rest upon arrival at home, down from the 24 hour max that all other unassigned service* employees can book. Further, each time you book more than 10 hours rest at home your guaranteed pay is reduced.

for most ‘‘nonoperating” railroad employees will be cut from 48 to 40 hours. This change, the re­ sult of an agreement between the railroads and the unions representing nonoperating workers, will make the basic workweek for the majority of rail­ roaders the same as in other major nonagricultural industries.

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The railroads of the United States, now aggregating a hundred and fifty thousand miles and having several hundred different managements, are frequently spoken of comprehensively as the railroad system of the country, as though they constituted a unity in fact, and might be regarded and dealt with as an entirety, by their patrons and by the public authorities, whenever the conveniences they are.

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