This is a forum for Conway employee's to communicate and educate each other , on the importance of becoming a Union company. This forum is open to any Conway employee who is interested in working towards a secure future and for our Unionized brothers and sisters to help us learn the importance of a Union in the work place.
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One more day NEW HAVEN, AND AURORA we support you guys stay strong guys,LLA driver
What happens to the Directors of Operations (DOO) when terminals in their divisions goes UNION?
Another big story should be comin down the line today,stay tuned!
Big news stay tuned Brothers it's going rain
This guy spoke at my barn. Full of half truths. Ask him how he likes cashing his pension check
Yep,it started to rain in Philadelphia today.
ULX TEAMSTER BEHIND YOU GUYS WE JUST WAITING FOR EXPO STOP PLAYING GAMES THEY LOST THEIR APPEAL NO ONCE TWO TIMES ALREADY REMEMBER NOTHING ITS GOING TO CHANGE THEY STILL RUNNING THE OLD CONWAY SYSTEM SAME RULES SO FAR I DONT SEE ANY MAJOR CHANGES ON MANAGMENT FROM THE TOP TO THE BOOTOM THE ONLY REASON THE WE HAVE BIG RAISES BECAUSE ONLY 3 SERVICE CENTERS GET BALLS TO VOTE YES Y HOPE ALOT OF YOU GUYS DONT DRINK TO MUCH RED KOLAID LAST TIME WAS BLUE AND WAIT FOR THE [ CIRCUS[ UNION BUSTERS ON YOU BARN REMEMBER UNION BUSTERS THEY GET PAID TO DEFEND EXPO NOT YOU
Do not listen to Cruz and Associates (UNION BUSTERS) Specifically Luis Camarena a brother Jaime Romero was wrongfully terminated because of him but luckily Teamsters LU 63 filed charges before the NLRB. Case numbers: 21–CA–135683 21–CA–140545 21–RC–136546 and the board got his job back with back pay. Camarena is nothing but a snake in yard. JD(SF)–45–15 Los Angeles, CAUNITED STATES OF AMERICABEFORE THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD DIVISION OF JUDGESCON-WAY FREIGHT, Inc.and 21–CA–135683 21–CA–140545 21–RC–136546JAIME ROMERO, an individual,CON-WAY FREIGHT, Inc. andJUAN PLACENCIA, an individual,CON-WAY FREIGHT, Inc., EmployerandINTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS, LOCAL 63,PetitionerMathew J. Sollett, Cecelia Valentine,for the General Counsel.Mark W. Robbins, Gordon A. Letter,for the Respondent/Employer.Gena B. Burns,for the Charging Party.DECISION AND REPORT ON OBJECTIONS STATEMENT OF THE CASEELEANOR LAWS, Administrative Law Judge. This case was tried in Los Angeles, California, on July 27–31 and August 5–7, 2015.Charging Party Jaime Romero (Romero) filed the original charge in Case 21–CA–135683 on August 28, 2014 and an amended charge on October 9. Charging Party Juan Placencia (Placencia) filed the original charge in Case 21–CA–140545 on November 6, and an amended charge on December 1. These charges were consolidated in a complaint the General Counsel issued on March 31, 2015. Con-Way Freight, Inc. (the Respondent or Company), filed a timely answer denying all material allegations.On October 30, 2014, the Company filed objections to the conduct of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 63 (the Union) surrounding its employees’ selection of the Union as their representative. On April 15, 2015, the Regional Director issued a report on challenged ballots and elections, and consolidated the objections Case, 21–RC–136546, with Cases 21–CA–135683 and 21–CA–140545.20The complaint alleges numerous violations of Section 8(a)(3), and (1) of the National Labor Relations Act (the Act) in connection with a union organizing campaign at the Respondent’s Los Angeles, California, facility, commonly referred to as the ULX facility. The allegations include threats to employees, prohibitions on wearing union insignia, telling employees selecting the Union would be futile, and the suspensions and terminations of the respective Charging Parties.Con-Way Freight’s objections contend the Union engaged in threatening, intimidating, coercive, and abusive conduct which affected the results of the election.On the entire record, including my observation of the demeanor of the witnesses, and after considering the briefs filed by the General Counsel, the Respondent, and the Union, I make the following1FINDINGS OF FACT I. JURISDICTIONThe Respondent, a corporation with a facility in Los Angeles, California, transports freight across North America. The Respondent admits, and I find, that it is an employer engaged in commerce within the meaning of Section 2(2), (6), and (7) of the Act and that the Union is a labor organization within the meaning of Section 2(5) of the Act.1 The Respondent filed an unopposed motion to correct the transcript, which is granted, and hereby admitted into the record as ALJ Exhibit 5. There are other errors as well. On page 867 “compelled to buy” should be “compelled by.” Other typos are noted below.JD(SF)–45–15￼2JD(SF)–45–15 II. UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES COMPLAINT – FACTS AND CONTENTIONS
Anyone know what local represents lawrenceville?
WHO WILL BE NEXT FOR THE REMAINING OF THE DOMINO EFFECT TO FALL, FOR A BETTER FUTURE AND A BETTER LIFE! LADIES AND GENTLEMAN MY CO-WORKERS OF XPO LOGISTICS THIS COMPANY OR SHOULD I SAY MR JACOBS HAS A LOT OF $$$$$$ TO SPEND ON UNION BUSTERS TO CONVINCE US NOT TO HAVE A BETTER WORLD TO PROVIDE FOR US AND OUR FAMILIES, SO I ASK YOU TO ASK YOURSELFS IT IS TIME FOR THE XPO'S EMPLOYEES TO THAT MAKES THIS COMPANY AS $$$RICH$$$ AS IT IS, TO GIVE SOME BACK TO THE PEOPLE THAT THAT MAKES THEM THEM THIER MILLIONS OF DOLLARS EACH YEAR. HEY PAYBACKS A BICTH AND IT'S WAS CALLED X-CONWAY NOW XPO!WE CANNOT CHANGE ANYTHING UNLESS WE CHANGE IT TOGETHER!!!! WHEN IT RAINS IT F*****KEN POURS!!!!!!PS: WAY TO GO AURORA & CT THAT'S THE WAY YOU DO IT.
well this prick had a contract, so why can't the workers?? he was being paid 350.00 an hour plus expenses. the current union busters have made over 42K in three weeks now, more than a dockworker will make in a year.
Was the union busters successful in Lawrenceville,Ga. On turning anyone against the union? They got a lot of FREE MONEY FOR DOING NOTHING BUT CAUSING A LOT OF TURMOIL AND DIVISION WITH THE DRIVERS AND DOCK WORKERS. SO WHAT'S NEXT, WILL THEY GIVE ANY COOK OUTS OR ICE CREAM. ..WE'LL STAY TUNED FOR THE NEXT XPO STRATEGY
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