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Reference Topics / Re: Cleaning Allowance
Last post by faceit - Today at 12:12:50 AM
Finally I can clean uniforms
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Reference Topics / Cleaning Allowance
Last post by PROUD MEMBER - November 30, 2022, 10:55:52 PM
Just a reminder for those that may have a Senior Moment (don't want to mention any names), we should be receiving our cleaning allowance checks this week!!!
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Work Related / Re: Strike Possible This Time ...
Last post by Slowbus - November 30, 2022, 05:37:31 PM
Quote from: Buzz on November 30, 2022, 12:34:47 AM
QuoteRuns didn't go out during Covid he didn't get paid ? He doesn't get paid when they don't go out in the snow ??????

No and no. (See comment below about snow days.)

(If he got paid during COVID, don't you think he would have continued paying us the 85% we were getting and kept our benefits? As a matter of fact, Neil paid us the 85%, our benefits and pension through the month of April in 2020 without any reassurance from the city that they would reimburse him. He tried to get the city to at least cover our benefits after that but they wouldn't, let alone pay him. The city broke their contract with the owners.)
aaawww that's was so nice from him this bus drivers are so ungrateful 😂😂😂
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Work Related / Re: Strike Possible This Time ...
Last post by mirrorcheck - November 30, 2022, 05:18:32 PM
Yeah I get what you're saying we can all agree the buses don't drive themselves .
      Back then I never thought I would see this current contract which attacks even top pay drivers . So maybe he can take that attitude when negotiating the next contract . Which is more important than the last .
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Work Related / Re: Strike Possible This Time ...
Last post by Buzz - November 30, 2022, 01:50:21 AM
Another case in point: Do you think he got paid during the strike? Absolutely not ... just for the few runs that he got scabs to do. That's why he was begging us to come back.

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Work Related / Re: Strike Possible This Time ...
Last post by Buzz - November 30, 2022, 01:17:14 AM
Nah ... he only gets paid for runs that go out. The city isn't going to pay him for service not rendered, believe me. They're not that generous. (And he waits months for the money they do owe him.)

I should clarify about snow days ... although he doesn't get "paid" as such, I believe he does get the 85% "pass along" that he pays us.
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Work Related / Re: Strike Possible This Time ...
Last post by mirrorcheck - November 30, 2022, 12:56:32 AM
Well I understood it differently . Covid wasn't actually his fault nor is snow . I did hear as long as he tries to get the buses out or whatever happens isn't his fault he gets paid . I really don't have his contract . I really don't know ....
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Work Related / Re: Strike Possible This Time ...
Last post by Buzz - November 30, 2022, 12:34:47 AM
QuoteRuns didn't go out during Covid he didn't get paid ? He doesn't get paid when they don't go out in the snow ??????

No and no. (See comment below about snow days.)

(If he got paid during COVID, don't you think he would have continued paying us the 85% we were getting and kept our benefits? As a matter of fact, Neil paid us the 85%, our benefits and pension through the month of April in 2020 without any reassurance from the city that they would reimburse him. He tried to get the city to at least cover our benefits after that but they wouldn't, let alone pay him. The city broke their contract with the owners.)
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Work Related / Re: Strike Possible This Time ...
Last post by mirrorcheck - November 29, 2022, 05:43:27 PM
Runs didn't go out during Covid he didn't get paid ? He doesn't get paid when they don't go out in the snow ??????
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Work Related / Here's Your Late Report
Last post by Buzz - November 29, 2022, 12:58:27 AM
This is where your "Late Report" ends up. Click on top where it says "Route" and they will be in order by the letter before the number of your run so scroll down to the R's. Click "Get Details."

http://www.opt-osfns.org/opt/vendors/busbreakdowns/public/default.aspx?search=YES
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