CSX losing all of its mechanical forces to sub contractors
With other RR corporations laying off or furloughing a huge amount of their employees how are we able to stay ahead of the game? I have to give credit where it is due. I haven’t seen anything major. Everything is quiet and seems to be running... — read more
Yay? Rail transportation supplier CSX operates throughout the eastern United States and central Canada. Its mission is to be the “best run railroad in North America,” but many of its employees would argue it has miles to... — read more
Laid a few of us off .
This is a generic discussion thread to capture comments about potential CSX Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
Any opinions? Discuss it here?
Rumor has it CSX just let another 50 people go from their HQ this month. I don't work at HQ, but I'm assuming I'd still hear if this many people were laid off from there. Unless it was intentionally hidden for some reason from the rest of us. If... — read more
Post any information you have about the total headcount (I know it changes all the time). How about the main office at Jacksonville?
With the furloughs of CSX the last few years what areas were affected by PSR. Mostly mechanical shop and engine house employees, MOW, engineers/conductors, or management?
Share any updates you may have about CSX Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
Anyone have info on the csx ramp at east st Louis. Rumor is it is being sold to the UP and or the BNSF.
Is the Cumberland MD loco shop still only working dayight, or have the forces been restored there?
Protect the TWO MAN CREW BILL (HR 1748 Safe Freight Act) It’s about public safety and jobs. Go to SMART-UNION.org/td Click on the Red button. Enter contact info Click Send. You have all got this wrong when it come to 2 man crew... — read more
Reports from very reliable sources that the ax is again going to fall in Willard, Ohio by CSX, ironically named for the once long-time president of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Daniel Willard. I wonder what he would think. Rumors are yet... — read more
Why no comments on this board?
Over last 3 weeks the Company has started laying off again in Transportation. Then they complain when they dont have crews to run trains! Our Trainmaster didnt know, He then called his boss and he didnt know, so he called his boss and he didnt... — read more
What's happening right now and what's the mgmt planning for Waycross?
The safe freight act (H.R. 1748) introduced by congressman Don Young (R-Alaska) would require two crew members- one certified conductor and one certified engineer on all freight trains. To protect your future (this applies to the railroad retirees... — read more
If you care about your job sign this petition and share it! The carrier is getting everything in their favor. WE MUST FIGHT BACK! https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/mandate-minimum-2-man-train-crews-nationwide
PVSSY A$$ RAILROAD WORKERS CALL YOUR UNION IF YOU REFUSE TO CALL YOUR UNION YOU DONT HAVE THE RIGHT TO COMPLAIN!!!!
Laid off a bunch of people today
https://www.telegram.com/news/20190325/csx-ends-contract-with-worcester-rail-yard-manager-53-layoffs CSX ends contract with Worcester rail yard manager; 53 layoffs
I've been hearing that there were some layoffs at CSX this month, but I can't seem to find any info on it outside of those rumors. The best I could find is a bunch of folks being laid off in Worcester, but those are layoffs caused by CSX at the... — read more
But are doing it the UP way. Ha! What can UP employees look froward to in both union and non union? Why is it worth it to stick around? OTher than waiting for the c-ap severance? Thoughts? Check out the UP the layoff, probably looks a little familiar... — read more
Post any information about potential or actual CSX Layoffs in 2019?
After so many layoffs, it was really good to see something happen at the very top. It's far from enough, but I'm at least hopeful that it might bring some kind of a change that will stop constant layoffs. Fearing losing my job every single day is not... — read more
CSX is the most unethical company of the Class 1 railroads. It's amazing every other class 1 is hiring and CSX has by last count over 700 employees furloughed in T/E and is still trying to reduce the headcount. It's amazing CSX has any customers left... — read more
Major layoffs at Cumberland yesterday, nearly 100 people were shown the door. I guess we knew this was coming, considering the previous announcements of thousands of positions they wanted to remove. Doesn't make it any easier for the folks who were... — read more
These three years will be rough, with CSX announcing that another 6,200 jobs are slated to be eliminated. I know they say most of it will be achieved through attrition, but does anybody who works for CSX actually believes this or do we all see... — read more
So is his savings account. https://www.news4jax.com/news/local/jacksonville/thousands-more-csx-workers-face-layoffs
Happy New Year and get ready for yet another mega round of layoffs. The execs will reap bigger bonuses and 2000 of us will be laid off... Lonegro said the plan is to cut approximately 2,000 more employees in 2018. Have fun... Sick... — read more
With revenues down, CSX does what it knows best: announces more layoffs - in thousands. Of course, why even try a different approach when this seems to be working so well? /sarcasm... — read more
30+ furloughed for Christmas in BHAM
I wanted to ask you all present here - if you heard about any possible layoffs in Jacksonville.
https://www.wcbcradio.com/?news=breaking-csx-announces-additional-layoffs-in-cumberland "CSX has informed employees today that some positions in Cumberland are being eliminated, as part of an ongoing company-wide review of operations to improve... — read more
This year is absolutely brutal for all of us. So far the company has laid off 2,700 employees in addition to 1,000 external contractors and consultants, and now they have confirmed that more is to come. How exactly do they expect us to work with all... — read more