AA and Labor Negotiations-2020

Discussion in 'American Airlines' started by Eagle, Dec 31, 2019.

  1. dfw gen

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    spin,spin,spin. and the cards keep coming.
     
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  2. ALUS78

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    It must be so awkward when you two accidentally meet at the urinals
     
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  3. V.O. Reason

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    Just ask DL how well the union thing has worked for them oh right they don’t have one but yet they are at the top.
    So don’t sell me that any union has my best interest in mind when it comes to representing me, they don’t and they never will
     
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  4. Rogallo

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    Maybe they squat to pee?
     
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  5. Duke787

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    AA already pays double time to the LUS side, still cheaper then hiring more people.
     
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  6. ALUS78

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    True i never remembered them hesitating even if double time had to be offered.Maybe its sn AA thing
     
  7. 1AA

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    Delta has been a NON-UNION culture for the AMT'S, Flight attendants and Ramp. We have been a union culture since the 1940's. The approach in conducting business with your employees have to be within contractual agreement. Many businesses have no union and do well. Some do not. After all these years between Non-union Delta and Union American you can not compare the work culture. You can't say let's go non-union like Delta so we can do better. That will let American management do as they please in many aspects of conducting business. If Delta went union with the AMT'S you would not see the same work culture you have today. In my opinion I believe Delta would still do better with a union than we do at American just not as good with no union as they have now.
     
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  8. Show me the money

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    Is it your management job to come on here and troll. Your line of we should be happy with anything the company offers us is pure garbage. If you are happy with a so called equal but separate contract then vote what makes you happy. Maybe you should take your own advice and move on from a bunch of haters.
     
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  9. robbedagain

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    Dont forget DL has a ton of RR who may or may not get benes n are paid significantly less than mainline folks. Kev can chime w more but this cld explain partial why theyre higher paid
     
  10. Kev3188

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    They’re on the same payscale as everyone else now- they move up based on hours worked instead of years of service. Still no access to insurance or paid vacations though...
     
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  11. swamt

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    Perspective!? Are you kidding me?? The real world??? Man up! Put your big boy pants on for God sake. What does it take????

    Oh, WOW, thx for that info. Did not realize that.

    Indeed. Isn't that where all the "pricks" hang out?
     
  12. CremaDiLimone

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    you're lus and you are saying this??
     
  13. CremaDiLimone

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    was this at lus $20 per hour, prior to the merger?

    i remember getting 2 hrs. ot for starting 22 minutes or 11 minutes or 6 minutes early - many, many times in the early 1990s. i didn't see any of that in the bullet points. it's iam language, not twu.
     
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  14. Buck

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    The is only one way for the Mechanics to advance...
     
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  15. iluvaa

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    So you think we should the ASS back to the table? I think you aren’t seeing reality
     

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