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2 More Keolis Employees Fired for Rigging Time Cards

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    Pedestrian struck by MBTA commuter rail train 100 yards south of platform on Commercial Street on Saturday, July 25, 2015. (Marc Vasconcellos/The Enterprise)

    Officials with Keolis confirm that two more employees were fired on Monday for rigging their time cards.

    The terminations come after six employees in the company's mechanical department were fired last week for the same offense.

    Commuter Rail Employees Fired Over Timecards

    [NECN] Commuter Rail Employees Fired Over Timecards
    Keolis, the company that operates the MBTA Commuter Rail, has fired six of its employees it says lied about their timecards. (Published Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016)

    Keolis spokesperson Leslie Aun says another employee will have a hearing later this month to determine their employment status.

    It's still unclear if charges would be filed.

    Keolis is the French company that manages the MBTA's commuter rail system in the Greater Boston area.

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