Con-way Freight Raises Driver Pay Ahead of Union Votes in California

Rip Watson
Transport Topics
October 08, 2014
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Con-way Freight announced a driver pay increase Sept. 30, several weeks before scheduled union representation elections at three Southern California terminals.

Con-way, whose less than truck load unit is the third largest in the United States , said the increase and faster progression to the top rate was tied to the driver shortage.

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