Thread regarding Norfolk Southern Corp. layoffs

called back

Just called back from being furloughed in october of last year...debating on coming back or not...probably furloughed again in the near future...

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When the company calls people for week at a time work for furlough relief, does they go by the regular seniority list or is there like a volunteer list they go by?

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Post ID: @6qer+15Ge169v

What are the gangs? Not familiar with this numbers. You mean like Maintenance of way? C&S? Or transportation?

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Post ID: @1ttj+15Ge169v

Yard conductor IL ST (Saint Louis) its not BS

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Post ID: @1ehk+15Ge169v

It's not BS. SCX have called back Electricians for furlough relief and they continue to call overtime for Machinist, Electricians, and Laborers. No BS. It's true

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Post ID: @1nxv+15Ge169v

Scx called back a few electricians , 1 boilermaker only for furlough relief.

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Post ID: @zky+15Ge169v

I'm with the other guy, where at? And was it a call back or was it a call for furlough relief?

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Post ID: @ntz+15Ge169v

I'm calling BS on that post. They're still laying off in the crafts, I find it hard to believe someone got called back.

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Post ID: @hys+15Ge169v

Go back and take as much advantage of the company as possible.

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Post ID: @rxy+15Ge169v

Layoffs are part of railroad jobs, have been since the 1940's. If you have no better options go back and think of the railroad as a part time job.

You are not a real railroader until you have been laid off and called back.

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