Kansas City Star: Yellow Freezes Pension for Nonunion Employees

July 11, 2008: YRC Worldwide Inc. has frozen a pension plan for about 6,000 nonunion employees as it prepares to introduce a plan to cover all 17,000 members of its nonunion work force.

The freeze on benefit accruals for those workers began July 1, and a new plan is expected to be launched in January.

Click here to read more in the Kansas City Star.

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