BULLETIN

Dec 19

TELL US ABOUT YOUR SUPERVISOR!


The Company has launched another survey called, "tell us about your driver". Please know that the Union is NOT in agreement at all with their survey.

As the Company is interested in comments about us the driver....the Union is requesting your feedback in.....

"TELL US ABOUT YOUR SUPERVISOR!" The supervisor can be the "intimidating" local manager, the rude dispatcher in OSC or the antagonizing person in OEAD.

Simply fill out the survey card, return it to the Shop Steward or the Regional VP. All survey's should be forwarded to the office of the President.

Happy Holidays and be SAFE!

Karen Miller/President

 

Mar 28

BULLETIN: Doing Nothing is Unhealthy


Brothers and Sisters,
 
Our Union is well aware and deeply concerned about the rising cost of healthcare and
more importantly, the slow deterioration of our health as compared to the average
American Worker. As Greyhound employees, most of our jobs do not avail us to live
relatively healthy lifestyles or to seek consistent preventive checkups for early
detection of the most debilitating, life-threatening illnesses. Most of us do not find out
we are sick until we fail an annual DOT examination.
 
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Mar 23

BULLETIN: Drive Cam Update and MOU's


Good Morning, Good Afternoon, Good Evening.

This is Karen Miller, President of Local 1700

I'd like to give you a Drive Cam update:

The drive cam monitors the road speed of the bus.  If we are in a 60 miles an hour zone and are traveling 15 miles over the limit for 60 seconds, a report will be generated and sent to the supervisor.  If we are traveling in a 45 miles an hour zone and we're 10 miles over the limit for 60 seconds, this too will generate a report to the supervisor.

Jan 27

BULLETIN: Slow Your Roll


Within the last few days, the Company has implemented a new feature to Drive-Cam.  while Drive-Cam has the capability to monitor the road speed of the motor coach, the camera will now be triggered if/when we exceed the posted speed limit.  Although the camera will trigger, it will remain green, meaning you won't know that it was triggered.

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