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Posts Tagged ‘Arbitration’

2.27.20 – Attendance & Performance Program Decision Issued for Presidential Grievance

Thursday, February 27, 2020 Statement from APFA National President on AA’s Flight Attendant Attendance and Performance Program Decision Issued for Union’s Presidential Grievance EULESS, TX — The Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA), the union representing the 28,000 Flight Attendants of main line American Airlines has announced an arbitration decision for the Presidential Grievance filed…

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7.14.19 – SBA Update

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5.29.18 – (LAA/LUS) – 48 Hours PBS Processing Arbitration Award


  48 Hours PBS Processing Arbitration Award The arbitrator’s decision in the 48-Hour Presidential Grievance is in and it is disappointing. In short, the arbitrator accepted the Company’s argument that the 48-hour freeze times stated in the contract were “placeholders” and not affirmatively agreed upon contractual provisions. This means the Company will proceed to implement…

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4.20.18 – (LAA/LUS) – 48-Hr Arbitration Concludes/Jetblue FAs Vote to Unionize/2Q18 EC Meeting/NH Class 18-09 /Uniform Report Update

  48-Hour Presidential Grievance Concludes JetBlue Flight Attendants Vote to Unionize 2Q18 Executive Committee (EC) Meeting Scheduled Welcome New Hire Class 18-09! Uniform Reaction Report Update   48-Hour Presidential Grievance Concludes The 48-Hour Presidential Grievance Arbitration concluded today in Dallas/Fort Worth after testimony by APFA and the Company. Both parties have requested an expedited opinion…

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6.25.04 – (LAA) – BOD Passes Resolution that Dues Will be 38 Dollars per Month, FA Fatigue, Quarterly EC Meeting, Supplimental Medical and Disability Plans, Domestic Mutual Transfers, OE Flexibility

Hello everyone. This is Liz Geiss, National Communications Coordinator, with the APFA Hotline for Friday, June 25, 2004. You asked for it, you got it! The APFA Board of Directors passed resolution #3 at the May 4th & 5th BOD meeting. This resolution states that “as soon as administratively possible, through April 30, 2006, APFA…

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5.25.01 – (LAA) – APFA FAs Reject Arbitration

This is Leslie Mayo, National Communications Coordinator, with an updated hotline for May 30th, 2001. The following Press Release was issued today: AMERICAN FLIGHT ATTENDANTS’ UNION REJECTS ARBITRATION; 30-DAY COUNTDOWN TO POTENTIAL STRIKE TO BEGIN Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX (May 30, 2001) — The Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA), the Union representing the 23,000 American…

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5.18.01 – (LAA) – NMB Declares Impasse on Contract Talks, NTSB Releases Preliminary Recommendations Regarding Accident Involving the Death of Jose Chiu, Pay Discrepancy for EPT Attendees from Jan through March 2001

This is APFA President, John Ward, with a special negotiations HotLine update for Wednesday, May 23. Tonight at approximately 7:00 p.m. Central time in Kansas City the National Mediation Board declared an impasse in our contract talks with American and proffered binding arbitration to both parties. This means the process under the Railway Labor Act…

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