DL 141 Fleet Negotiations Update 06/30/16

June 30, 2016 Admin 0

Fleet Service Negotiations Update

June 30, 2016: Download and Post

Sisters and Brothers,

The Association Fleet Negotiating Committee met with American Airlines this week in Dallas/Fort Worth to continue joint contract negotiations.

During this week’s talks, we made progress on issues which have previously bogged us down. A TA was reached on Work Schedules and significant progress has been made on Overtime. To date, we have not received a response from the company to our counter-proposal on Holidays. That TA’s are not coming out every week is not reflective of the hard work of the committee. We remain committed to

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DL 142 M&R Negotiations Update 06/24/16

June 24, 2016 Admin 0

Sisters and Brothers,
The Association Mechanic & Related/Stores Negotiating Committee met with American Airlines the week of June 24th in Washington, D.C.   Your Negotiating Committee exchanged and discussed the following articles:

Holidays – M&R, MLS, MTS & MCT – Your committee exchanged initial proposals on this article with the company.

Field Trips/Travel Pay – M&R & MLS – Your committee received a counter proposal from the company on this article. We are preparing a proposal to present to the company at the next session.

Overtime – M&R, MLS & MCT – After a thorough review and discussion, we presented a … Read More...

DL 141 Fleet Negotiations Update 06/23/16

June 23, 2016 Admin 0

June 23, 2016

Sisters and Brothers,
The Fleet Service Association Negotiating Committee met with American Airlines during the week of June 20th in Washington, D.C.

The week began with a seniority integration meeting at the TWU International office, which included the Seniority Integration Committee, the Negotiating Committee and other representatives of the Association. The Seniority Integration Committee will continue its work in parallel with joint contract negotiations.

As we returned to the table with American Airlines, the company forwarded its proposal regarding holidays, which fell far below the expectation of the membership considering the record profits American Airlines continues to

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DL 142 EAP – June 2016

June 22, 2016 Admin 0

IAM Part of Healing Process in Orlando

Atlanta Nightclub Shooting Florida
IAM Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT) representatives last week mobilized in Orlando, FL to aid IAM members, their families and the community following the worst mass shooting in American history. IAM member and Southwest Airlines Customer Service Representative (CSR) Angelique Caro was shot and wounded and IAM member and United Airlines CSR Angel Mendez lost his son, Jean Carlos Mendez.IAM District 141 and 142 EAP Chairpersons, Kathy Ferguson and Paul Shultz, District 141 East Coast Region EAP Representative Victor Acosta, CIRT Coordinator Stephanie Starks and
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DL 141 Fleet Negotiations Update 06/17/16

June 17, 2016 Admin 0

Fleet Service Negotiations Update

June 17, 2016: Download and Post

Sisters and Brothers,

The Association Fleet Negotiating Committee met with the company this week in Dallas. Multiple proposals were passed that addressed the outstanding issues regarding Hours of Work and Work Schedules. We made significant progress on both of these articles.

Your committee also worked on proposals for Overtime and Classifications. The company indicated that they are preparing to pass their Overtime proposal during our next session.

Our next negotiating session is scheduled for the week of June 20th in Washington DC.

Fraternally,

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