Thread regarding Union Pacific Corp. layoffs

Where have they cut the most?

I would really like to know what parts of the company have been hit the hardest with layoffs this year and what parts could be most impacted by layoffs in the remaining part of 2019. Any idea? Any predictions?

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Post ID: @1084BxmC

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The last round at Hinkle cut 206 people. There were more before that, but I don’t remember the count. There are 9 electricians, 5 machinists and 9 MSO’s left...... for now

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Post ID: @1084BxmC-5nsn

Police have lost close to 50 percent. At one time there were 223 Special Agents last count was around 129 left nation wide...heard they want another 5 percent.

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Post ID: @1084BxmC-2lbs

cut back on the toilet paper at all locations. they're gonna meet their 2020 goals no matter how messy it gets.

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Post ID: @1084BxmC-1qyb

Little Rock? It’s NORTH Little Rock.

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Post ID: @1084BxmC-1gab

We had about 70 Carmen at Hinkle and now I think it’s around 10. They also shut the roundhouse down so they took a huge hit. Not sure how many are left to service locomotives.

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Post ID: @1084BxmC-1pkd

Cut telegraper job.

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Post ID: @1084BxmC-1hrv

I'm in nebraska but I'm pretty sure those poor basterds in little rock fell out the furlough tree and hit every branch on the way down. So far around 220 in north platte with locomotive and car dept.

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Post ID: @1084BxmC-tys

Here in Palestine, we lost nearly half our employees. I think that is a very hard hit for one area. All Carmen.

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Post ID: @1084BxmC-vim

Locomotive for sure

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Post ID: @1084BxmC-jem

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