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After a swarm of bees made its home in Union Pacific's Baytown, Texas yard, Nick Sahinen jumped on the opportunity to remove them. Sahinen also used this opportunity to educate his co-workers about the importance of bees in the environment, sharing he looks at bees from the perspective of the good work they do.
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Cassie Gouger knows what it takes to lead a team and drive results.
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Manager-Yard Operations Taton Griebel believes each day on the job with his Union Pacific team provides an opportunity to grow and become better – safer and more efficient.
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Several decades ago, Southern Pacific Track Worker Enrique Soriano Del Rio started a family tradition that lives on today – all five sons followed in his footsteps, embarking on Southern Pacific and Union Pacific careers. Today, a third generation of Soriano's is making its mark.
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When Union Pacific Engineer Norm Garner noticed a woman waving from a water canal while piloting his train through the desert country of Wellton, Arizona, trouble didn’t cross his mind. After all, people sometimes swim in the canals. But then he began to replay the woman’s wave in his mind. Was it a little too frantic? And did she have a dog with her? After relaying his concerns to Conductor Andrew Mcafee, they reported the incident. Garner’s decision to honor his intuition and call for help likely saved a life.
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Responding to traffic-halting emergencies isn’t in the job description for many welders. Nonetheless, Union Pacific welders Chris Cornejo and Jake Allen went beyond their everyday duties to help others in dire need.
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Displaying the Courage to Care spirit is not only for the workplace – it can also positively impact everyday life. This was the case for employees Derrick Beard and Lionel Nelson, detector car operators, while en route to a job site in Chicago.
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Schrampfer's work was instrumental in Union Pacific earning a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign’s 2022 "Best Places to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality." UP is the only Class I freight railroad earning a 100% rating on the list.
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- Twenty-Six Year Railroader’s Personality Shines in Fort Worth 05312022
- Wahl Keeps Pioneering as the Decades Roll By 05272022
- Welder Earns Degree through Union Pacific-UNO Partnership, Graduates with Honors 05202022
- 'Greatest Train Set Ever': Daniel Finds Satisfaction in Moving Trains from Point A to Point B 05192022
- Carpenter Turned Manager: Building UP ‘Crisp’ Career Skills 05192022
- Union Pacific Employees Call on CPR Training to Save Team Member 05132022
- Like Mother, Like Daughter for Hardworking Union Pacific Family 05062022
- Union Pacific Honors 50-Year Railroaders May 11 05022022
- Omar Monge Honored on 10 Under 40 List 04062022
- Behind-the-Scenes Master Technician Keeps Safety Reporting on Target at Union Pacific 02082022
- Union Pacific Dispatcher's Swift Actions Aid Youth in Distress 01262022