There is a seniority trade on the table. After several attempts that havnt worked out Mr. Jay Cates 0458464 with a 04/15/13 date. Has got everything worked out to be able to pursue a trade that could benefit his family and its future. This trade is with Richard Murphy 0428185 with...
Through out all the recent inner strife. Per Jeff Boyce instruction when finding out whats right and wrong as far as riding/temping bulletined assignments. It was brought to light that we are also incorrect on temping normal vacancies. We have always just said must hold a...
In Regards to the riding of bulletins we have had alot of issues on the CMS side of things. In December a member was forced to an assignment after riding the bulletin and pulling his application. CMS contested he illegally removed his application. He was finally released from the...
We are the proud members of the United Transportation Union Local 265 located in Pocatello, Idaho. We protect and represent Union Pacific Trainmen from Dillon, Montana to Kemmerer, Wyoming and all places in between.
UTU Local 265 is Located in Pocatello, Idaho. Meetings are held Monthly and are open to all UTU members and invited guests. Meetings are held on the Second Tuesday of every month at 10:00 am at the Pocatello Labor Temple.
UTU members, active and retired, need and deserve good government and sympathetic legislators. That’s because, compared with others, their jobs, pensions and futures are more directly affected by the actions of state and national lawmakers.
What is the Discipline Income Protection Program? It is a plan providing payment for a specific amount and period of time to an employee suspended, dismissed or removed from service by the carrier for alleged violation of rules or operating procedures, provided that such violations do not come within the list of exceptions not covered by the program.
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