Railroaders place to shoot the shit.

Members Login
Username 
 
Password 
    Remember Me  
Post Info TOPIC: Bye bye


Unstable

Status: Offline
Posts: 1299
Date:
Bye bye
Permalink  
 


Look at the beautiful engine they accidentally gave me towards the end of my reign. 



__________________

"DITCH LIGHT OPERATOR"



Force Majeure

Status: Online
Posts: 22572
Date:
Permalink  
 

HHB, Hogger Bob, Team BJ.com, LLC, Inc. will send technical expert 'Hi! my Name is ***', SuperModemerator Extrordinare tu assist with your technical problems.

Snippy wants to see your stUPid engine.

__________________

Coronavirus Likes Amuricans

Uke


Cured

Status: Offline
Posts: 26926
Date:
Permalink  
 

Uncle Pete does not miss HHB. Not at all! In fact because of his refusal to train, and mentor young, up and comers into train service, his last pay check, and reduced bonus will be in the mail. Via Boise, Idaho of course.

Meanwhile the outfit continues with their reductions in workforce.

 

Union Pacific cuts 60 jobs in Little Rock area

 
story.lead_photo.captionFILE Union Pacific diesel locomotives are lined up in different stages of repair at Union Pacific Railroad's Jenks Shop heavy locomotive repair facility in North Little Rock in this Feb. 9, 2018 file photo. - Photo by Benjamin Krain

Union Pacific Corp. eliminated about 60 jobs in the Little Rock area Monday, the Omaha, Neb.-based railroad operator said.

The jobs were in Union Pacific's locomotive and car-repair facilities, said Kristen South, a spokesman for Union Pacific. The job losses are a continuation of Union Pacific's streamlining process under its Unified Plan 2020, South said.

 

In October, the railroad announced it would be reducing its workforce by about 675 jobs by the end of the year. Union Pacific said it would give notice to 475 employees in the fourth quarter and eliminate another 200 contract positions. The 675 positions are spread across the Union Pacific system.

The workforce reduction is an effort to reduce the company's general and administrative support structure, the company said.

Union Pacific had an average employee count of 42,300 in the third quarter and had about 2,500 employees in Arkansas.

 



-- Edited by Uke on Tuesday 27th of November 2018 06:21:14 PM

__________________

Hmm. That address doesnt look right.
It looks like the link pointing here was faulty.

Gah. Your tab just crashed.



Upgraded Condition?

Status: Online
Posts: 8767
Date:
Permalink  
 

Uke wrote:

 

Meanwhile the outfit continues with their reductions in workforce

 

Union Pacific cuts 60 jobs in Little Rock area 

story.lead_photo.captionFILE Union Pacific diesel locomotives are lined up in different stages of repair at Union Pacific Railroad's Jenks Shop heavy locomotive repair facility in North Little Rock in this Feb. 9, 2018 file photo. - Photo by Benjamin Krain

Union Pacific Corp. eliminated about 60 jobs in the Little Rock area Monday, the Omaha, Neb.-based railroad operator said.

 


 

DAM!! Lookit all dem dere EMD..(Extra Maintenance Daily) POS.

Too bad You Pee cant afford good GE power that wouldn't choke the maintenance shops.



__________________

If you're going thru Hell............Keep Going!

Uke


Cured

Status: Offline
Posts: 26926
Date:
Permalink  
 

For you Invalc:https://www.thestreet.com/markets/general-electric-history-future-14791857

They still don't know where they're going, or what they're doing. Their locomotives...like GM's cars. Nobody wants 'em. And they can't bribe anybody ta take 'em! Look at that photo again. The GEs are out there as well. Not as many though, because N. Little Rock Shop (Mo-Pac) was an EMD shop from way back, before UP bought 'em out!



__________________

Hmm. That address doesnt look right.
It looks like the link pointing here was faulty.

Gah. Your tab just crashed.

Page 1 of 1  sorted by
 
Quick Reply

Please log in to post quick replies.

Chatbox
Please log in to join the chat!