Hallcon must fix their payroll problems, Now!

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Drivers at Hallcon across the country work hard, serving rail customers and other industries each and every day. And for this work, they expect to be paid correctly each and every payday.

Hallcon has opted to keep its payroll internal as its business model and not invest the people resources to ensure that payroll is timely, accurate, and understandable for those that make the company work every day.

UE Union drivers are fed up with the pay errors and demand changes be adopted by President John Stoiber and the entire leadership team of Hallcon. We call on the new private equity owners at GCM/Blue Wolf Capital to move Hallcon to make the following changes:

1.)   Correct all 2022/2023 payroll shortages for drivers across the country by no later than January 20, 2023. For each driver shorted more than $25, Hallcon to pay any late fees incurred or other financial damages caused by the payroll shortage. Hallcon shall also pay interest on dollars shorted through daily compounded interest.

2.)   Hallcon must change its pay statements in order for drivers to know if the Company is paying for all hours worked and paid.

3.)   Hallcon move immediately to outsource its payroll to ADP or other credible payroll provider. The Company should be transitioned to a new service by no later than June 1, 2023.

4.)   Beginning January 20, 2023, Hallcon shall notify all employees in writing at least 72 hours before any payroll discrepancies are to be expected.

We call on all Hallcon employees to adopt the above demands to ensure this Company moves in the right direction. Please take a moment to call (913) 631-0450, dial 3 for payroll. Leave a detailed message of the pay you are missing. Please leave in your message that you would like Hallcon to make the changes as outlined above.

Please email hrgroup@hallcon.com and copy the Union at railcrew@ueunion.org

Please write to Blue Wolff Capital at info@bluewolfcapital.com and ask that they make changes at Hallcon and ensure drivers are paid for their work.