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Discussion in 'American Airlines' started by Buck, Mar 19, 2018.
catering is gone. Thank baskett for not standing up.
Twu only has 17 stations but only 5 cargo centers. They waived all rights to central load, tower jobs, catering, etc. And for all practical purposes they only have 10 or so stations since 4 stations are "when and where directed" with others to follow.
They have high numbers because they are cheap and used to do work at other airlines. We probably do 5-10 other airlines here in ord.
Wow I never thought I would live to read the day that you called AMFA piss poor representation.
Yes particularly when they’re not me who's the annoying one.
And the majority of the membership is angry with both unions for that very reason.
If there were continuous updates of truth from the negotiations the membership would be at least neutral.
There is zero input at TWU. The TWU International may have signed off but the local Presidents have been kicked out of negotiations since basically the beginning.
And you who couldn’t get more than a handful of cards signed for your AMP idea actually think you speak for the majority?
Stop thinking so highly of yourself.
The TWU President’s Negotiated over 3/4 of the Contract before the Executive Committee took over.
First, you are correct, but I was not running a card drive alone.
and the Mechanics at American are far from the majority.
Ok, so you are telling me that the membership is ok with the structure of these negotiations?
So it was not Gary Peterson and Sito while the presidents sit in an adjoining room?
all updates have been fabricated lies to stall for the iam
Results prove worth. AMFA hasn’t done so yet and honestly neither has the Association.
Let’s see who does better?
At most they might have been involved with preamble, bulletin boards.
True. The last merger, the iam bought off the main twu guy. I believe Alex Garcia is getting greased by Sito. Eitther that, or he is simply inept.
We had a system seniority list when we were non union