A ferry system official, Deputy Chief George Capacci, told KING-TV they're talking to labor unions to see if disgruntled employees are conducting a work slowdown to pressure management to give back wages and positions lost over the past year.
Inland Boatman's Union leader Dennis Conklin told KING there is no work slowdown and the problem is mismanagement.
He said if one crew member is absent, a ferry doesn't sail.
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