Just recieved CWA voting instruction sheet in home mail

ChairPrefRes

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Aug 19, 2002
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Deadline for voting is 5pm Tuesday, September 17 you can choose telephone vote or internet...This was single sheet sent by American Arbitation Association...No inhouse counting thats good...
Choices---Yes I accept the proposed changes to the CWA contract
No,I do not accept the proposed changes to the contract
Pretty Simple You get a pin number...So this is for members only
 

eric

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Aug 19, 2002
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[P]The full agreement is located at the bottom of the page.[/P]
[P][A href=http://www.cwalocal3641.com/news_flash.htm]http://www.cwalocal3641.com/news_flash.htm[/A][/P]
 

Art at ISP

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Aug 20, 2002
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Whichever way this goes, I just want my friends at US Customer Service that I wish you the best, and continue to offer my support during this difficult time. With the exception of Terminal F in PHL, I remain sure that you are the best in the industry, and I am very vocal about saying that to you all when I meet you in the field, and to my fellow passengers.
 

apofurlough

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Aug 20, 2002
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What is really nice is that it seems even the furloughed employees will get to vote. I just got my instruction sheet in the mail only thing is no one has ever contacted me about what we are voting on. If it weren't for this board I would have no idea what was happening. The union should have sent a copy of the contract with the voting instructions.
 

ResNoMore

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Aug 20, 2002
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I got my letter today too, and it said details would be coming directly by mail from CWA on specifics.

I am glad as a furloughee who is interested in coming back to work that I get a chance to vote. I hope those who have no desire to come back to USAirways and have moved on don't vote. And if they do, I hope they will read the contract and vote like they were on the job, and that they take it seriously.

On a good side note, I have found a job and start next week. A big step up from unemployement benfits, but a real step down from USAirways (17 year employee) But after almost 1 year, I'm more than ready to work.
 

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