I dont have time to search, but is the new UA/CO ramp unionized or not? I know CO's ramp wasnt unionized to the best of my knowledge (but I could be wrong) and UA's was. What was the outcome of it?
|Quoting usairways787 (Reply 2):|
CO will go over to IAM, as far as seniority, wages etc I imagine they will be brought online with UA's scale
|Quoting T5towbar (Reply 8):|
But that may or may not be a sticking point in any contract. Retro is a main tenet in any contract to help the company negotiate the contract to a conclusion. I don't know all the details to their negotiations over the years (I can't speak in that because I am S-CO) but one of he main things they are stressing is to get their sacrifices they lost thru bankruptcy back. Somewhere in the likes of WN type money. Our IBT contract has raises throughout but lacks scope. (The scope lasts only till the end of the year.) As far as a joint contract, we want an industry LEADNG contract. Nothing less will do. Period.