Lunch is the best part of the day
Definitely take an inside 22.3 or 22.2 or porter job. He will lose his job and license drinking
If this were a one time thing I would agree but a four timer would have a very hard time knowing when to say no.I think they would need a reason to pull him off road.
He can be randomly tested at any time.
If he only drinks at night and weekends, and shows up sober in the morning, not much can be done. Stops at midnite, hes clean in morning.
Neither have I. Closest I ever got was a co-worker, who just happened to have been the best man at my wedding, stopping for a 40 every night on his way home from work. From what I have been told he spends the bulk of his retirement at a local pizzeria/bar. Sad.Ive never been there so I cant say.
As long as he has at least 5 years of service his pension will be vested and, if fired, he would either be given his benefit in a lump sum, if it is at or below a certain amount, or he could being to draw it when he turns 65.I think if he retires then he’ll get a pension. But if he gets fired then he’ll lose the pension.
He does not need to go in to any more detail than he feels comfortable doing so when he does talk to his BA. He also shouldn't be worrying about having anything up his sleeve. His health is far more important than his job at this point.It's not the alcohol, it's something VERY personal. The booze is a crappy bandaid. He needs to tell his BA the problem and try therapy so he can have a minute ace up his sleeve