Freight Railroads Reach Labor Agreements with Six Unions

Covering 85,000 employees, the tentative agreements address wages, benefits and other issues.

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Because railroads are central to the functioning of the American economy, collective bargaining in the railroad industry is much different than typical labor negotiations. Most important, it is governed by the Railway Labor Act (“RLA”), a federal statute designed to bring the parties to agreement without disruptions to rail transportation.

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LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NATIONAL RAILWAY LABOR CONFERENCE HERE

What is the NRLC?

The National Railway Labor Conference is an association of U.S. railroads.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NATIONAL RAILWAY LABOR CONFERENCE HERE

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