AMR Redlands/San Bernardino Pay?

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Does anyone know AMR's Redlands/San Bernadino Division starting pay for brand new EMT's? I know that they just recently went to "Union", which is somewhat better. Please advise, thanks.
 

DesertMedic66

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They didn't recently become union. They have been union for well over 5 years. I don't believe you get any PTO as a part time employee. You do get sick time now that it is state law but it's not a lot.
 
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They didn't recently become union. They have been union for well over 5 years. I don't believe you get any PTO as a part time employee. You do get sick time now that it is state law but it's not a lot.
Thanks for the clarification and information. I know that the gentleman above you stated that Redlands/San Bernadino starting pay is around $12.50ish. Do you know or can you confirm that it's around that ball park of a range. I know a few guys that work in the Riverside division and their EMT's are starting out at a higher rate than the Redlands/San Bernadino division. Whats the deal with that?
 

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Thanks for the clarification and information. I know that the gentleman above you stated that Redlands/San Bernadino starting pay is around $12.50ish. Do you know or can you confirm that it's around that ball park of a range. I know a few guys that work in the Riverside division and their EMT's are starting out at a higher rate than the Redlands/San Bernadino division. Whats the deal with that?

$12.50-ish an hr is a union representation rate in CA, and also the bare minimum. Everything else is DOE.
 

DesertMedic66

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Thanks for the clarification and information. I know that the gentleman above you stated that Redlands/San Bernadino starting pay is around $12.50ish. Do you know or can you confirm that it's around that ball park of a range. I know a few guys that work in the Riverside division and their EMT's are starting out at a higher rate than the Redlands/San Bernadino division. Whats the deal with that?
Last I was aware all the union shops were starting EMTs off at the same pay, somewhere in the mid $12 range. The non-union shops generally start at less pay but have built in OT that equals the same pay
 

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I don't believe you get any PTO as a part time employee.

I can only speak for certain about the division we work in but yes no PTO for PT. Why do you need PTO when you're only required to work 3 shifts minimum a month. The only "time" I get is sick time.
 

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When I worked there they weren't union, but by the time I had left it was in the works.

My buddy stayed and ended being involved in it at the beginning, though he eventually left, too.

Out of all the AMR divisions, this one needed it the most. I (personally) was miserable here for various reasons, though I knew of several long term employees even before becoming unionized that seemed content.

Unless the AMR division is one of those "diamond in the rough" kinda places that kept their ops pretty much the way it was prior to being absorbed by AMR, (IMHO) all AMR divisions should be unionized.
 

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When I worked there they weren't union, but by the time I had left it was in the works.

My buddy stayed and ended being involved in it at the beginning, though he eventually left, too.

Out of all the AMR divisions, this one needed it the most. I (personally) was miserable here for various reasons, though I knew of several long term employees even before becoming unionized that seemed content.

Unless the AMR division is one of those "diamond in the rough" kinda places that kept their ops pretty much the way it was prior to being absorbed by AMR, (IMHO) all AMR divisions should be unionized.

AMR PS is the diamond in the rough ;)
 

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