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Recommendations of PEB No. 250

Recommendations of PEB No. 250

AUGUST 16, 2022
124 pages

NMB_Release_06.17.22

NMB releases parties from mediation

JUNE 17, 2022

BLET_Rejects_Proffer_06.15.22

BLET rejects proffer of arbitration

June 15, 2022

NMB_Proffer_06.14.22

NMB offers proffer of arbitration

JUNE 14, 2022

20220119 FINAL CBC Combine Proposals_BLET

Latest Union Proposal

JANUARY 19, 2022

2022.05.04 - NCCC-CBC Negotiations - NCCC Comprehensive Proposal

Latest Carrier Counter Proposal

MAY 4, 2022

March April 2021 Newsletter

Original NCCC Section 6 Notice

NOVEMBER 1, 2019

BLET Attachment A 2019

BLET Attachment A (Section 6 Notice)

WAGES/RULES NOTICE

BLET Attachment B 2019

BLET Attachment B (Section 6 Notice)

HEALTH & WELFARE NOTICE

News

BLET Advisory Board Resolution on Tentative National Freight Agreement

IT IS NOW HEREBY RESOLVED:

1. The Advisory Board unanimously supports the decision made by the National Wage Committee to send the Tentative Agreement to the membership for their consideration.
2. The Advisory Board further recognizes that our Bylaws require that the membership be given the right to vote on the contract, and fully respects their right to vote in favor of or against the Tentative Agreement. Should the Tentative Agreement fail ratification, every member of the Advisory Board will be on the picket line with the membership when the cooling-off period ends.

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Railroad companies almost inflicted an economic disaster on the U.S.

What was missing from many recent headlines? The actual reason for the conflict between railroad workers and their employers. The potential strike or lockout was not because of any dispute over pay, but because of inhumane attendance policies that currently mean railroad engineers and conductors are either working or “on call” 90 percent of the time. 

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