early out rumor?????

bagosh

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Just received a call from a fellow agent at work, rumor is the compamy is offerring an early out opportunity to anyone at least 51 with 11 years of service to CSA.
Has anyone heard anything, I''ll be gone 53 and 16 years service. Please say it''s true.
Company can save and hire entry scale agemts.
 
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I sure hope it is not a rumor, and that they offer it to all groups. If so...I'am outa here.[BR][BR]Jim
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why offer an early out when they can furlough to the bean counter's hearts content,little chance of call back or acceptance of callbacks, and then proceed to hire cheap labor off the streets?
 

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[BLOCKQUOTE][BR]----------------[BR]On 1/5/2003 7:05:04 PM DELLDUDE wrote:
[P][EM]it is true.....with a no vote you will be offered an early out incentive.[/EM][/P]----------------[/BLOCKQUOTE]
[P][/P]a hint?[BR][BR]
 

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[BLOCKQUOTE][BR]----------------[BR]On 1/5/2003 6:51:40 PM Severed-N-Happy wrote:
[P]why offer an early out when they can furlough to the bean counter's hearts content,little chance of call back or acceptance of callbacks, and then proceed to hire cheap labor off the streets?[/P]----------------[/BLOCKQUOTE]
[P][/P]the only reason for that is the so they can hire off the street...retire topped out agts and start with bottom scale...furloughs reduce lower paid employess...[BR][BR]
 
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On 1/5/2003 7:05:04 PM DELLDUDE wrote:

[EM]it is true.....with a no vote you will be offered an early out incentive.[/EM]
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..and a YES vote you get 12 more weeks if lucky(like after the last vote) before either more demands and ultimatums are made for more cuts.. or ..the doors close. Screwed either way folks.
 
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why offer an early out when they can furlough to the bean counter's hearts content,little chance of call back or acceptance of callbacks, and then proceed to hire cheap labor off the streets?[/P]----------------[/BLOCKQUOTE]


[/P]the only reason for that is the so they can hire off the street...retire topped out agts and start with bottom scale...furloughs reduce lower paid employess...


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thousands of topped out A scalers have already vol or invol hit the streets...therefore..whats the diff???
 

oldiebutgoody

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[BR][BR]
[BLOCKQUOTE][BR]----------------[BR]On 1/5/2003 9:27:02 PM Severed-N-Happy wrote: [BR][BR][BR]
[BLOCKQUOTE][BR]----------------[BR]On 1/5/2003 7:05:04 PM DELLDUDE wrote: [BR][BR][EM]it is true.....with a no vote you will be offered an early out incentive.[/EM][BR]----------------[BR][/BLOCKQUOTE][BR]..and a YES vote you get 12 more weeks if lucky(like after the last vote) before either more demands and ultimatums are made for more cuts.. or ..the doors close. Screwed either way folks. [BR][BR]----------------[/BLOCKQUOTE][BR][BR]Maybe, but screwed 12 weeks later in any event. The ONLY guarantee you're gonna get in this life is death and taxes! Don't know who said it (Will Rogers, I think) and how right he was!
 

Seatacus

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Here's the latest early out program. 1. Cut your pay 2. Make you work with less employees 3. Raise your premiums for benefits 4. Make you so miserable that quitting seems like the best alternative. 5. Hire a bunch of young punks who think the airlines would make a great career