Amtrak call center relocation negotiations off to slow start, union says
(Source: Press-Enterprise, December 6, 2018)
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Talks between Amtrak officials and union leaders over the planned closure of the railroad’s Riverside reservation center are in their early stages, and the two sides remain far apart, a union leader said. The negotiations, which include discussions on relocation expenses for as many as 500 call-center employees, began Monday, said Jack Dinsdale, national vice president of the Transportation Communications Union, which represents the Amtrak reservation staffers.
Full story: Press-Enterprise
Friday, December 7, 2018
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