Thread regarding Union Pacific Corp. layoffs

Paycut update

Well fellow managers looks like their going to extend our pay cuts through the rest of the 2020.

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Post ID: @OP+15JsLS7x

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You gave up your rights to go back. You’re not a manager anyway. Just talking c-ap.

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Post ID: @bufx+15JsLS7x

I'm a fairly new manager. I'm just hoping they don't cut my job. If they do, oh well I'll just go back to my craft and make more money.

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Post ID: @bybo+15JsLS7x

If it last past August they’ll just cut managers. Didn’t you hear lance on the last COVID town hall. He said if carloadings Don’t reach the magic number they’ll have to do something entirely different. Read between those lines.

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Post ID: @aciu+15JsLS7x

Give the managers 2 weeks off no pay that be great news

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Post ID: @aymi+15JsLS7x

Fake news ... this didn’t happen
Like the majority of of the rumors on this lay-off.com

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Post ID: @6iux+15JsLS7x

I took a 25% pay cut now I only give a phuck 75% of the time.

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Post ID: @4ksv+15JsLS7x

I must admit that I like a couple of the local managers and feel bad for them. Not all of them have drunk the Kool-Aid. They're just like us, trying to put food on the table.

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Post ID: @3nbg+15JsLS7x

They need the managers more work to do they look very bored just sitting in the offices sleeping

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Post ID: @2jmf+15JsLS7x

Loser manager that most likely afford lunch or sc-ape up 7 nickels to rub together.

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Post ID: @2hvc+15JsLS7x

i own 7 businesses. every time UP tanks a subsidiary I go in and buy it.

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Post ID: @2rns+15JsLS7x

Just two problems. You don’t own a business and you don’t know what you’re talking about.

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Post ID: @1stk+15JsLS7x

Retention stock awards larger than normal as a show of empathy. Four year vesting period means they get a couple years out of you for nothing once they terminate you prior to deadline. It's crazy that's legal to me. If I owned a business, I'd promise and distribute $100k RS to everyone. Get three years out of them, terminate, and call in the new recruits to do it again!

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Post ID: @1xeh+15JsLS7x

I think they are paying them under the table or somehow compensating them by some other means.

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Post ID: @1ogk+15JsLS7x

I heard UP won’t be satisfied until they don’t pay their employees any money. Just like in the good old days. Lance longs for the days of his great granddaddy.

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Post ID: @1ynp+15JsLS7x

We are hearing to expect a 25% reduction in manager's by the 1st of the year. When they bring the pay back 100% they are going to cut out 25% of managers.

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Post ID: @1flz+15JsLS7x

I apologize to the they’re comment guy. I thought you were talking about my use of their.

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Post ID: @eto+15JsLS7x

I know some will say management cant form a union but ,its time for management to organize a union.

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Post ID: @acn+15JsLS7x

Ok, I never said a non agreement contract was violated. Just stating how UP will keep screwing management with this pay structure. The same way they do agreement. Trying to show sympathy for you guys. P.S. I stand by use of their not they’re.

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Post ID: @vhf+15JsLS7x

Right. That’s why we know it was written by agreement. They can’t spell. And to the guy that thinks the non-agreement contract has been violated... he obviously doesn’t know what NON-agreement means.

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Post ID: @vpp+15JsLS7x

Precedent is set now. The company has many people willing to work under this pay structure. I would not be surprised if the company keeps this policy until forced to change it. That is only going to happen when managers can start walking out for other opportunities. UP has shown in the past, once they have the upper hand, they will keep it til the bitter end. Just ask agreement employees, who have their contracts violated repeatedly, until it just becomes a permanent change. We have known for years we are not valued. Management is learning this lesson now.

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Post ID: @auw+15JsLS7x

Great news!!!! Keep up the good work!!!

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