Month: October 2014

Expressjet Jumpseat Update

October 20, 2014 IAM Airline Coordinator Ira Levy and I met with the UAL AFA MEC President, Vice President and Secretary-Treasurer last week in an effort to remedy the current one-sided jumpseat agreement which leaves ExpressJet flight attendants without access to any United jumpseats. As we have reiterated many times before, the IAM does not […]

ERJ GRIEVANCE UPDATE

Posted Oct 13, 2014 As most of you are aware the Company has been removing flight attendants’ schedules and requiring a doctor’s note after they missed more than 15 calendar days due to a sick call.  This was a violation of Section 9.H.1. and due to this violation an Et. Al. (group) grievance was filed. […]

British Airways Update

Posted October 1, 2014. There is a document circulating at all stations called “Implementation Support” and that document is asking for volunteers to train the GHA staff at the seven locations British Airways has decided to outsource. After over two and one half years of difficult negotiations that included the outsourcing of seven stations and […]

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