Drivers for Metro Mobility, the company that provides transportation to the elderly and chronically ill in Palm Beach County, have not received a raise on their $8.50-an-hour jobs for five years.
At one time, they hoped to get a 25-cents-an-hour raise every year for the five years of Metro’s $90 million contract with Palm Beach County, but the company has refused to bargain with the drivers’ union, Amalgamated Transit, for much of the past five years.
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