fleet furloughs for cities being cut in service

night-ice

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the list of cities that are either losing or gaining flights has been posted in another topic. now for those cities that have "0" f/t and "0" p/t furloughs, does that mean that those cities will not lose any employees? what about those that have more seniority, say in PIT, than those in one of those cities and is a full-timer? can they knock off the junior part-timer at that station that is less in seniority? or, they just have to wait until recall?
 

gilbertguy

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Sorry night-ice....station closures also mean mainline to express only status....not only stoppage of all service...
 

gilbertguy

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[:blackeye:] Those cities with 0 gains/loses in manpower are at bare bones staffing already for their schedule.....only station closures allow agts to bid vacancies posted in other cities I believe.....yes, recall to your existing station is about it....'bumping' rights went out a long time ago...sorry....
 

USPI87

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On 9/1/2002 12:04:40 AM

the list of cities that are either losing or gaining flights has been posted in another topic. now for those cities that have "0" f/t and "0" p/t furloughs, does that mean that those cities will not lose any employees? what about those that have more seniority, say in PIT, than those in one of those cities and is a full-timer? can they knock off the junior part-timer at that station that is less in seniority? or, they just have to wait until recall?
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I understand that Fleet Service contract can become null & void in times of BK. But what about pg.35...System Displacements?
 

gilbertguy

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On 9/1/2002 11:52:09 AM

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On 9/1/2002 12:04:40 AM

the list of cities that are either losing or gaining flights has been posted in another topic. now for those cities that have "0" f/t and "0" p/t furloughs, does that mean that those cities will not lose any employees? what about those that have more seniority, say in PIT, than those in one of those cities and is a full-timer? can they knock off the junior part-timer at that station that is less in seniority? or, they just have to wait until recall?
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I understand that Fleet Service contract can become null & void in times of BK. But what about pg.35...System Displacements?
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I don't my contract with me.....can you refresh p 35....in a nutshell....thanx
 
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night-ice

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No, I don't have it either...does anyone care to enlighten us with this info?
 

USPI87

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On 9/1/2002 4:26:09 PM

No, I don't have it either...does anyone care to enlighten us with this info?
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Page 35, Fl. Ser. Contract.....If there are insufficient FT positions available, employees may displace (in classification Seniority order)the most junior FT employees on the system. OR bid a PT position in their station. We did this in Oct. and Jan. Lower seniority FT's in PHL were displaced by senior agents from BWI and elsewhere.