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Also a way to weed out the disgruntled employees. Like any other re-location they have a good idea of who's moving & who isn't - and truth be told, they don't want some of the people to move.
Norm wrote:Just following CSX's lead to disgruntle more employees. I know a CSX dispatcher who retired just before that happened to CSX dispatchers.
As a "FYI' the same exact thing happened at the Conrail break up. This creates a lot of problems for the dispatchers ( NOT that The company gives a CRAP ). People trying to move and sell their houses, transfer the kids to a new school. O yeah and NOT being able to sell the house and the added expense of renting or trying to find a place to live , while still having to pay bills at the old location. And the best was , well if you don't want the job ( that you've had for 20 years Tuff ) It's never about individuals ( SORRY ) the only thing that counts is the bottom line. Conrail, CSX or NS .