Truck Drivers Complain About Work Retaliation

Drivers Report Retaliation

 Drivers Complain About Work Retaliation

Some truck drivers have asked the NLRB to look into cases involving workplace retaliation. They believe employers have purposefully delayed loading/unloading as well as instructions in response to the drivers working towards better driver conditions. These dispatch delays often cause drivers to sit for hours, just wasting time. Or, withholding a job from a driver completely. Already the NLRB has sided with the drivers, calling for 6 drivers to be re-instated after they were fired in February. In 1980, a driver made on average $110,000 per year. Now? Drivers on average make about $40,000 per year. With the decline in pay, the drivers are looking to at least be compensated via fair working conditions.

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