CEO: Republic wants out of pension plan

Johnson, Jim
May 2013
Waste & Recycling News;5/13/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 3, pCV01
Trade Publication
The article reports that solid waste management company Republic Services Inc. is planning to distance itself from the financially troubled Teamsters union pension plan. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Donald W. Slager revealed the labor problems that Republic Services is having with the union. He said that being with the union will not allow them to provide high-quality retirement vehicle for its employees. Information on the financial performance of Republic Services in 2012 is also given.


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