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21 hrs ago

Trackman (Trainee – new

Amtrak Long Island City, NY

OF DUTIES: Construct, maintain, repair, inspect & dismantle track including right of way maintenance as required. Trackworkers also repair track… Amtrak

9 days ago

Service Engineer I

Amtrak Long Island City, NY

OF DUTIES: • The Service Engineer applies electrical and/or mechanical expertise to troubleshoot and test the systems and equipment related to the… Amtrak

2 days ago

Red Cap – new

Amtrak Newark, NJ

OF DUTIES: Assist passengers in the movement of parcels and luggage within the station and station facilities. Assist passengers requiring… Amtrak

6 days ago

Project Manager

Amtrak North Brunswick, NJ

OF DUTIES: Plans, directs and manages Engineering Department capital programs or major design, maintenance and construction projects that support… Amtrak

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Amtrak President & CEO Joseph H. Boardman
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    Poorly structured company, very corrupt in career advancement

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    Current Employee - Railroad Conductor in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Railroad Conductor in New York, NY

    I have been working at Amtrak full-time (more than 5 years)


    Pension, Pay, good entry level employer, training provided. Lots of overtime for operations employees, ability to meet lots of people from all different areas of the country. Travel benefits (whatever is left of that)


    Compensation is fast declining, operations employees work in hideous conditions. No sick time, corrupt union, very political. No recognition given to employees for jobs well done, very few areas for promotions unless you know the right people. No support for the working man and woman. Morale very low

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take feedback from the men and women in the field on how to improve service. Better vetting process for promotions, recognition for outstanding work, better conditions for resting crews. More accountability for underperforming managers,

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