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Metro, union battle over worker pay during sleep disorder testing

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Some Metro employees are receiving back pay after the transit agency banned them from driving buses until they could undergo a study for sleep apnea. One worker received 176 hours -- more than four weeks -- of retroactive pay after waiting weeks for a diagnosis, according to an arbitration settlement between Metro and its largest union. The arbitration panel ruled that Metro could continue to...

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