Roughly 105,000 daily commuters to and from New York City depend on New Jersey Transit Corporation (NJ Transit) trains to get to their jobs. But on March 13 rail union bosses who wield monopoly-bargaining power over 4200 rail workers employed by state-owned NJ Transit may order them out on strike. According to an analysis prepared for the business group Partnership for New York City, such a work stoppage would cost Big Apple business employees and owners $5.9 million an hour. […]
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Roughly 105,000 daily commuters to and from New York City depend on New Jersey Transit Corporation (NJ Transit) trains to get to their jobs. But on March 13 rail union bosses who wield monopoly-bargaining power over 4200 rail workers employed by state-owned NJ Transit may order them out on strike. According to an analysis prepared for the business group Partnership for New York City, such a work stoppage would cost Big Apple business employees and owners $5.9 million an hour. […]
The post New Jersey Transit Union Kingpins Ready to Hold Big Apple Hostage appeared first on National Right to Work …read more

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