Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Training
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is the procedure for settling disputes without litigation, such as arbitration, mediation, or negotiation. ADR allows APFA and the Company to come up with more creative solutions, providing the opportunity for a fast and informal settlement of the dispute.
APFA Representatives and AA Management This Week in a Joint ADR Training Session
– Liz Geiss, APFA National Vice President, email@example.com
If you have received treatment for your IOD and the clinic/hospital needs billing information. Bills may be sent to:
P.O. Box 14152
Lexington, KY 40152
– Bellia Peckson, APFA National IOD Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
System-Wide Hotel List with Amenities on APFA.org
With the start of new and returning seasonal service, there are several new hotels as well as changes to existing layover hotels. Often, HIHTL and the bid packet are listing outdated or incorrect information.
I will post new hotel information and amenities as soon as received from the Company. Please go to the System-Wide Hotel List with Amenities found on the APFA.org Hotel Department Page for the latest information.
– Julia Simpson, APFA National Hotel Chair, email@example.com
Negotiations Roadshows Continue Next Week in ORD, STL and DFW
– APFA Negotiating Committee, firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal Resuscitation Masks
Personal Resuscitation Masks are issued to each Flight Attendant and are required equipment when reporting for duty, even though they are provisioned onboard each aircraft as part of the emergency equipment.
Under the JCBA Section 34.U., if you use your mask as part of an emergency while on duty – or its replacement is necessary due to normal wear & tear, it shall be replaced at no cost to the Flight Attendant.
– Jeffrey Ewing, APFA National Safety & Security Chair, email@example.com
You can bid in UBL for red flag sequences
If there is an open speaker or purser position on a trip you’re currently working and UBL will not allow a position move up since it’s a red flag trip, call Crew Scheduling. They’ll unset the red flag indicator and run you back through the UBL to award you the speaker or purser position. If more than one flight attendant follows this procedure for the same sequence/position, it’ll be awarded in seniority order. This only applies for sequences with a departure with more than 2 hours out or 3 hours for co-terminals; otherwise it’s assigned to a reserve.
Renee Mayer, JCBA Specialist
Calling All Activists! Our Union Needs YOU!
Become a Union Activist by helping to distribute information for important issues and events during this round of Contract negotiations. You will receive accurate and factual information to share while flying the line. Sign up today!
– Robin Charbonneau, APFA National Communications Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please continue to utilize the Uniform Reaction Report Form on the APFA website if you experience a suspected reaction to your uniform.