Pfaa Sues Nwa Over Contract Observers.

Jan 7, 2004
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PFAA has determined that it has no choice but to take legal action in defense of its members' constitutional right to participate in the collective bargaining process. A civil complaint (04-CV-5077) has been filed today in the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota.

The dispute arises from Northwest's insistence that Flight Attendant member-observers be excluded from the collective bargaining process.

Northwest asserts that it has a right under the Railway Labor Act to exclude its Flight Attendants from negotiations relating to an agreement that governs their working lives. We earnestly hope that an American court will reject the company's view.

PFAA considers member-observers to be an integral part of the negotiations team and believes Northwest's position to be un-American and anti-democratic. The exclusion of Flight Attendants from collective bargaining will retard the process and diminish the chances of ratification.
 
Are they silent onlookers with no say in what is going on or do they have a voice in the presentation? if it is the first, they just become quick rumor bees
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XJTGuy said:
Are they silent onlookers with no say in what is going on or do they have a voice in the presentation? if it is the first, they just become quick rumor bees
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There are STRICT guidelines for the 2 observers (they DO NOT participate) it is in the same manner as in a court room with observers.
 

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