Did you know, Hallcon thinks it can fire you if you receive two chargeable letters (like the one below) in 6 months or 3 letters in 3 years. Most drivers never receive the letter because Hallcon mails them to the drivers home. Hallcon believes the letter is not discipline, and they don’t need to give you a write up for getting the letter. Their attorneys recently wrote this to the Union:
The Union thinks otherwise and all letters should have grievances filed once you receive one. Make sure that you know if you have a “Chargeable Letter” in your file.
Don’t Delay, Take Action Today:
1.) Write to Linda Boehm at firstname.lastname@example.org and request a copy of your entire employee file. When you receive it back, check for any Chargeable Letters. If you have one in your file, call a steward and grieve it immediately.
2.) Call your UE Steward with any questions.
3.) Call Hallcon today at 800-878 -0450 and leave a message for HR. Tell them to stop using their Chargeable Letter program in their Handbook. Tell them the UE Hallcon is a legally binding document, not the Handbook.