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Contra Costa Times
Posted: 06/24/2009 05:54:51 PM PDT
Updated: 06/24/2009 06:07:55 PM PDT

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Make your own mind up about whether employees are overpaid...

If anyone's wondering, I'm on page 69 of that list, would have been higher, but I was out for 3 months with a broken ankle.

Yeah $58 k for me last year.

Then again , I DO NOT work OT .

37k for me.

The majority of PT workers are doing something on the side (school, 2nd job or taking care of another).

and per contract PT are limited to 25 hrs per week.

Nah. Doesn't work like that Master Chief.

We love full time promotions. ;)

How you figure it's a waste of money?

Employee costs only constitute 27% of the FY budget. So are we REALLY the cause of the financial shortfall?

No, it's you that doesn't get it actually.

It doesn't matter how many people BART hires. There will ALWAYS be an abundance of overtime.

I'll just leave it at that. ;)

I am not saying that "we" workers deliberately milk the system.

I'm just saying that overtime will always be an option. ;)

Leave it at that.

So basically you're putting words in my mouth and trying to twist what I said. Also good to know.

I'm not going to get into "why" overtime is available because I don't have to answer to you or anyone else in here for that matter. You don't work for the district so you don't understand the dynamic anyways. That's why you're spewing your usual un-informed nonsensical conclusions. Because available overtime has nothing to do with "abuse" of the system.

I REALLY wish people would know what the hell they're talking about before they hit "reply". lol

Previous atm / machine maintain service. Able to lift and pull 50 + lbs over Your head continuously ,push a 1500 lbs cart .
The short version of the requirements.

Cushy compared to what? Digging 10 miles of ditches a day?

Compared to sitting at an office desk poking around a computer all day?

Eh, not so much.

Now that your saying it seems cushy ,

What exactly do you do that is "so hard" You feel the need to say The cash handlers gig is cushy?

valid point , I made an assumption You were taking a crack at the cash handlers .
As with MOST positions in BART , what you HAVE to know to get the job isn't exactly scale with what the job requires

The way I observe the handlers , it has moments of easy followed by not so easy manual labor.
They get to walk the fine line between teching the machines (but not so much as to replace the AFC folks ) and just being mules.
I wouldn't want the job they do for the simple fact they get A LOT of misdirected grief from patrons, having to help patrons while servicing the machines(by the way, management states they do NOT have customer service the amount of repetitive HEAVY lifting injuries would make a pro athlete BLUSH...among other reasons.

WTF are you talking about???? 'Management' is the problem!! These are people making over $200,000 a year plus perks telling front-line employees to make cuts. What do you do? Nobody but management is greedy here--you just don't know WTF you're talking about.

Some are so pro management anti worker that you're blinded. Remember it's all about the money. spineless? BART is not to spineless when the workers or public want BART to open the books. BART, that collects taxpayer money, should have to show where the money goes like a publicly traded company in the stock market.

I don't believe the workers are as greedy as you think. I think the bigger question is where the money comes from and goes, that's what the focus should be on. Unions are claiming BART manipulates the money, moving excesses into different budgets, into bad decisions, failed pet projects or into their own pockets. Meanwhile while "broke" spending 500 Million on an airport connector with a 50 million alternative and other expansion projects. And also while turning down federal money for the operations, which also could have averted the fare hikes.

There is so much to the story. Like why deny the cooling off periods when it has in the past prevented chaos of a strike in the past, instead increasing the liklyhood of a strike causing the public harm? So much I don't believe and don't trust, this stretches way beyond the worker issues. I cringe when I hear the BART Linton speak, and was interviewed and asked questions he danced around.