HOW TO CLAIM A FLAT RATE OF PAY JP016 XE10

 

Brothers,

when you are called from the Jp016 xe10 for anything other than patching a jp016 re31/re21 train(must have a corresponding id)you are entitled to a basin rate of pay, not a de10 rate.if you are however patching a re31 train its ot after 8 or mileage.below I have put in the parameters of that claim. and if you are called for a long pool train id , but work something else you are entitled to the flat rate.

remember its the work you performed,not the service you were called for

CLAIMING THE BASIN FLAT RATE OF PAY $504.05. WAS CALLED TO WORK –TRAIN ID-ON –DATE– OFF OF THE –BOARD– . WAS PAID INCORRECTLY AT THE 130 MILE SCHEDULE. PER, LA HUB AGREEMENT SECTION 6 AGREEMENT COVERAGE, PART B IN ARTICLE 3 SECTION 5 (B)….MADE UP ASSIGNMENTS AND/OR EXTRA ASSIGNMENTS CALLED TO OPERATE WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THIS AGREEMENT WILL QUALIFY FOR THE TRIP RATE CREATED BY THIS AGREEMENT. PLEASE PAY $504.05 FOR-TRAIN ID-ON –DATE

 

Please see Item # 5.  Now see the LA Hub Implementing Agreement:  B. General Conditions for Pool/Assigned Operation in Article III.

 

d. Pool engineers shall be paid in accordance with ps 1,2,5, and 6 of the flat rate road switcher agreement effective September 16, 1996. The flat rate for these assignments shall be $300.00/engineer. These payments shall be inclusive of any payments for not stopping to eat. When given a call and release, the call and release rules shall apply for engineers in this pool in lieu of the flat rate.

 

“Made up assignments and/or extra assignments called to operate within the scope of this agreement will qualify for the trip rate created by this agreement.”

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