Thursday, December 6, 2012


Neil Mcfarlane
TriMet believes there is a great benefit to having all employees on the same healthcare plan and contributing the
same amount toward coverage. The same plan means management and labor’s interests are aligned. TriMet also
believes this is fair considering that the average wage of TriMet’s non‐union employees, including wages of
executives, is only about $10,000 a year more than the average of union employees, and that union employees
disproportionately utilize healthcare benefits.

These fools that call themselves managers don't see the difference between a WHITE COLLAR job and a BLUE COLLAR job. One job is inside basically 9-5 with weekends off the other job is OUTSIDE, dealing with the public all hours of the day and night.

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