Thread regarding Union Pacific Corp. layoffs

Union Pacific railroad. Number 1 in worst place to work and shipping embargoes

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@2ctb Did you proofread what you actually posted? If you didn't, then go back and reread it. You labeled everyone associated with the UP as part of the problem. Guilt by association remember? Correct me if I'm wrong but the only reason the UP still exists right now is because of those guilty ones who decided to stick it out and be constantly tormented by comments like yours. How many executives would be able to do the actual work that most of do or did do? I'm sure you meant well in your posting, but sometimes you have think about your comments and how they might be received by others. The executives have been put on notice. Many people out there are capable of coherent thoughts and will realize where the problem actually is. How long do you think it will take the outsiders and customers to realize that the lower employees aren't the problem and never were the problem? I'm betting they already know!

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Post ID: @2adc+1gEhu4ZD

@tee, I wasn’t blaming the victims as you say. You are only a victim if you let yourself be one. Nobody has to work for this shithole company. What I said was the truth; everyone working for UP is dragged through the mud by these rankings. If you work for the lowest rated company, you are automatically looked at as part of the problem by outsiders. Others don’t know the bad working conditions caused by the layoffs and work changes, they only know you work there so you must be part of the problem. It’s not right, but it’s quilt by association. If you are sticking around hoping things will get better, or if you stay just to prove you can stick it out and be some kind of martyr then that’s your choice.

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Post ID: @2ctb+1gEhu4ZD

Seniority keeps people in life from doing the things they really want to do. IMO

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Post ID: @1axz+1gEhu4ZD

@yun+1 you should really not blame the victims here. It is the very employees who have the courage to communicate to the world why UP is such a terrible place to work AND do business with. Do not ever forget UP has also let down its customers. (hence the STB hearing, remember?) So instead of pointing the finger and trying to blame the victimized agreement employees who are at the very least trying to point out and identify a lot of problems that need to be fixed so UP could improve for the better. Those who are still here working too much, too hard, for too little just bcuz of greed and avarice deserve to applauded and celebrated for stilling doing their best to deliver needed goods and supplies in our country.

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Post ID: @tcc+1gEhu4ZD

Got too much time invested in this company to start all over .I got a retirement to chase .this company wasn't always a bad place to work .when I started almost 20 years ago it was a good job that I was able to work at and be there for my family without worrying about getting fired for taking to much time off .does that mean that in 5 years this place could change for the better for its employees. I hope so .than again it could get worse . I sacrificed too many important family functions to just quit. Fawk the people higher up who refuse to listen to the working heart and sole of their money making operation. If they chose to run a company into the ground from the top down .I'll hold on to the ship until just before it sinks .

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Post ID: @puy+1gEhu4ZD

If you work for the number 1 worst employer and choose to stay employed there, what does this say about you? What do prospective employers think when someone from the worst company in America applies? Everyone is dragged down by this. The execs run the company, but the employees are the company. Everyone that works for UP is dragged through the mud by these rankings.

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