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Union Pacific, Tucson office 1255 S Campbell Ave Tucson, Arizona, 85713-1945, United States Get Directions
I worked at Union Pacific full-time (More than 3 years)
Not labor intensive. Excellent pay for high school education. Benefits are nearly unmatched. 30 years for 100% vested in retirement system.
Micromanagement and on call schedule. You cannot plan more than a few days in advance at most. Calling in sick is your only option many times to even make a doctor's appointment.
Advice to Management
Safety is important. More rules doesn't make work safer, just reduces freedom and creates resentment.
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Union Pacific (Tucson, AZ) in December 2015.
Panel interview consisted of a Regional Manager manager, and two Directors. I was promised two full weeks of in office training by "one of the best nurses." I was told there would be "some" travel. There was a lot of travel. They stayed the job was a 20/HR per week position. It was 20 hrs / week salary position. After first two weeks in the office, I realized the job is a full time position. Comping my travel time hours put me very behind with office work. Was lied to. The Superintendents had given managers to offer me a full time spot. I was not. One of the directors gave my injured employee dangerous medical advice. I never received my personal computer in time to train for 3 days in Utah. I was sent to Omaha for orientation two weeks late. Therefore I lost the opportunity to receive the in office training I was promised. My trips were much longer than initially told. Expectation to answer co. cell phone on off days. No communication or guidance needed from my direct manager. I lost important family events due to travel and training for nothing. Truly disappointed.
Was not given the option to negotiate, however the male nurse hired after me in El Paso negotiated. Was given higher pay and more hours.