More Metro jobs now vulnerable
Metro's Board of Directors on Thursday approved a plan to expand its number of "at-will" employees "as part of a larger effort to improve safety," according to a news release.
Metro has 75 at-will employees. Previously, the policy applied only to Metro's senior and executive management. Now, the number of at-will employees will grow to 253, and include all mid-level supervisors, such as superintendents and front-line supervisors.
At-will Metro employees may be terminated at any time with or without cause by either Metro or the employee.
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