Thread regarding Union Pacific Corp. layoffs

Getting put “out of service”

Hey guys I’m interested in the railroad. Have been doing some research....Was curious to what “getting put out of service” looks like. Do the Trainmaster drill you on what happened or do you just kinda get told to go home. Is there like a formal statement given? If it has to go all the way to an investigation how does that all work? Is it like a trial?

I appreciate any input.

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Loser manager posting on here about out of service if we didn’t have u clowns around no one would be pulled out of service

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Post ID: @2qds+17IWluDy
  • trolling.. you didn’t have too come here for “research”. You know what it means ..plenty of lawsuits that speak to your questions readily available.. Hell if you knew one person who worked for the RR you would know.. Foamer or Troll!? Both? Loser!!!
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Post ID: @1ttn+17IWluDy

You can get put on "out of service " for anything ! And you will lose if you go on trial.

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Post ID: @eyb+17IWluDy

Go home, go to investigation and lose (and you will lose), wait 18 months for arbitration, come back (maybe with pay, maybe without). You gotta screw up pretty bad to actually go home permanently.

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Post ID: @cio+17IWluDy

You get told to go home and they try and figure out what you did wrong later.

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