Allied Waste, union remain at contract stalemate
Meanwhile, 79 workers remain locked out from Allied's Evansville operations, with the company's retirement plan remaining the biggest issue.
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Since: Jun 12
#1 Jun 5, 2012
Maybe if the current management was up to power, meaning they actually could fulfill their job descriptions, the union works for the company not the people. IF they worked for the people on strike they would have known the management is not meeting the companies qualifications. Ask Sally to show her CDL certificate! She can't..she still has not qualified that she has one Which she is supposed to have, it is in her job description. Maybe some people are judging the wrong people at Allied/Republic????
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