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Administrative Law Judge Rejects Railroad’s Argument In Case Under FRSA

I previously wrote a post about how railroads can use a system of operational rules testing as a form of harassment and retaliation after workers report safety concerns or injuries on duty. In one such case where those allegations have been made ag… Read More
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Rules Testing as a Form of Harassment

How would you like your supervisor to follow you all day, look over your shoulder at everything you do, and write down every time you make a mistake? This is what railroad employees endure during rules tests on a regular basis. For the vast majority… Read More
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