Busy couple of months for AMFA Organization's

WeAAsles

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Oh and hey E since Passenger Service and Flight Attendants make about the same in pay and benefits as me I guess they’re all riding the Mechanics Coattails as well. Duh Duh Duh.

Airline Financial Pecking order.

Top Executives:
Second Tier Management:
Specialized Management:
Pilots:
AMT’s:
Automotive and Facilities:
Flight Attendants, Passenger Service Agents and Fleet Service:
Lower Level Management:
Support Staff:
Vendor workers:

And others here and there in between.
 

eolesen

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You're posting 2-3 times for everything I respond with, so I'd say you're the one whipped up into a frenzy.

Wasn't fired, wasn't laid off, wasn't replaced. Doubled my compensation by leaving, and still quite happily employed by a profitable airline.

Do keep trying, though.
 

WeAAsles

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You're posting 2-3 times for everything I respond with, so I'd say you're the one whipped up into a frenzy.

Wasn't fired, wasn't laid off, wasn't replaced. Doubled my compensation by leaving, and still quite happily employed by a profitable airline.

Do keep trying, though.

I have thoughts that come up after I responded so I come back and add them after the fact. If I Edit ✍️ you may miss something.

I found this from July 2, 2020 I hope you don’t consider it to be rude. Totally not my intention. Honestly congratulations. 11 out of 11 Airline jobs is something to be proud of. I’ve only been with the one but have moved to where I finally think is the Station I’ll stay at till I retire.

“ Tuesday ended the latest re-org round at United -- management levels 1 (MD) thru 3 (Sr. Mgr) have now been set.

Since March, it looks like 8 VP's, 16 MD's, 30 directors, ~120 senior managers, ~200 senior analysts/managers, analysts, and ~375 specialists/supervisors have retired or left the company, plus ~2600 support staff that worked essentially entry level non-union jobs.

Involuntary cuts for Levels 4 thru 9 get announced in about two weeks. Everyone remains on payroll thru September.

(I kept my same position... #survivor2020 )”

And on the History comment you made earlier I agree. But many times people who’ve lived that History make up their own interpretations based on their personal experiences. I started listening to the Kev Podcast but I don’t like music 🎶 being included that’s meant to illicit an emotion from me. That’s probably why I enjoyed Charlie Rose and BBC’s Hardball.

Oh and on your Pension post I hope you got the information that our Pension has moved to Fidelity. When I retire it’s going to be a lot easier to draw out now than having to jump through hoops.
 

CorvetteMan

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Eric Eric Eric.

A non-mechanic isn’t a coat tail rider.

Any mechanic and related negotiator will tell you what fleet does and gets has zero effect on mechanics and Vice a versa.

You are sorta kinda special if you believe that of fleet takes less money that it would be given to the mechanics.

You are another one who is anti-union has had zero clue of how things actually work.
 
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CorvetteMan

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You're posting 2-3 times for everything I respond with, so I'd say you're the one whipped up into a frenzy.

Wasn't fired, wasn't laid off, wasn't replaced. Doubled my compensation by leaving, and still quite happily employed by a profitable airline.

Do keep trying, though.
Last time I checked AA is profitable.

Ask Kirby the real reason he was asked to leave AA and passed over for the next CEO.

And Kirby is no friend of labor


And Kirby had to back down.
 

WeAAsles

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Last time I checked AA is profitable.

Ask Kirby the real reason he was asked to leave AA and passed over for the next CEO.

And Kirby is no friend of labor


And Kirby had to back down.

I was actually thinking the same thing on his comment about a profitable Airline. Right now almost all the Airlines out there are profitable. Who would have guessed that people being freed from the office’s would have them flying more than they did before the Pandemic.

I honestly didn’t see that one coming.
 

WeAAsles

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Have to love how deceptive AMFA can be. They just put out some propaganda claiming how they are the top paid in the industry to try to lure suckers to join them. Next to their comparison to Delta though they put this disclaimer in very small letters.

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Something like this should make people ask what else are they attempting to be deceitful about? 🤔