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Discussion in 'American Airlines' started by AANOTOK, Apr 27, 2016.
I'm assuming they are meeting this week, does anyone know the schedule?
Future Fleet negotiations dates and locations are as follows:
Week of April 25 in DCA
Week of May 9 in DCA
Week of May 16 in DFW
Week of May 23 in DFW
Week of June 13 in DFW
Week of June 20 in DCA
Week of June 27 in DFW
hopefully this doesn't get reduced to what the other thread did
So it's one week on, one week off. three weeks on, two weeks off. three weeks on.
Extremely disappointing they are taking those three weeks off.
And we also know they wrap up their negotiating sessions before noon on Friday's.
I'm all for dragging this out as long as you must to get it right, but "not meeting" contributing to the long negotiations is frustrating to say the least.
JCBA Negotiations and updates for Fleet, Please!!
Please keep this topic specific to AA and JCBA talks.
For those of you looking for the more general fleet thread, it can be found here:
Aanotok I share your frustrations on how long it's taking, they did past week as well, the last update email I got was on 4/3
Seek and ye shall find
remember Jerry Glass schedule is probably the reason our negotaions team meets the way the schedule is set up
On a positive note, I've heard that they are close to wrapping up the articles involving rain gear and hearing protection....
Pretty funny they called out that folks had to go to a town hall and where not transparent - wonder how people show up for a town hall if no one was told about the town hall - you got to love this stuff
That was finished weeks ago. Next.
Safety articles are underrated...
No safety, no job. No job because without safety you can get killed.
Safety has to be negotiated? Unfortunately most times something has to go wrong before things are changed. Then its too late, unfortunately we lost someone here years ago
Too often; safety policies and OSHA's regulations, are written in the blood and sacrifice, of others. Importance and compliance are up to the individual.
Eddie Morris DFW. Lost both his legs from a push out tractor that backed in to him in the rain. No governor for speed and no backing lights or sounds.
Of course he was also crossing the ramp with a dark hoodie over his head, no vest at night listening to an IPod.
And sometimes we learn safety through the horrible accidents of others.
Sounds like someone finished for the night and walking to the exit. He wasn't working like that was he?
No. He was finished for the night and crossing between A38 and C2 but a lot of guys would cross there and not go to the end where you can basically hug the wall across. The way the guys head would be turned who was backing the huff there would have been no way he could see him anyway. That guy was also very messed up psychologically.
Some maniac actually asked me at the time if I wanted to see the video of the accident. Uh NO.
You can write all the policies and regulations you want. It still comes down to being safety oriented as an individual. Unfortunately, the practice of not being safety oriented, can have an adverse affect on others as well. Members need to be assured working in a safe manner is endorsed by the company and the union. IMO... Safety language in the JCBA should be considered and agreed to by both parties. Enforcement and compliance is up to the parties involved.