We must take action together to change the dynamics of negotiations and encourage management to want an agreement. There are a number of reasons why reaching a merged agreement is essential.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced a travel health notice for people traveling to regions and certain countries where the Zika virus outbreaks have occurred: including Mexico, Central America, South America, Puerto Rico, Caribbean, Africa, and the Pacific Islands.
February 18 Day
of Action,Safety Alert –
Last night we sent out a Special AFA E-Lines which included a unscripted video conversation with our AFA United Master Executive Council President Ken Diaz.
Joint Negotiations continue next week in Denver
The government-approved Known Crewmember (KCM) program allows Flight Attendants and Pilots at many airlines to enjoy the convenience of expedited security screening.
There have been reports that there have been a number of misrepresentations to Flight Attendants by those distributing Union authorization cards. Examples include, “Just sign so you’ll get more information.” Or, “Just sign to show you care about that issue [whatever issue you mention].”
This week we congratulate the Flight Attendants from Class 1522 on completion of their 180 day probationary period with United Airlines. You have now joined the world’s largest Union of Flight Attendants!
As a reminder, the Profit Sharing 401 (k) election window will close on Monday, February 8, 2016 at midnight Central Time.
Welcome to our Union Family Class 1522,A Conversation with AFA United MEC President Ken Diaz,Profit Sharing 401(k) Election Window Closes Monday February 8th,2015 Per Diem Reports Available,Reminder: FAOM & eFAOM Bulletin #16 Effective Tuesday February 9,Be Cautious – Get the facts. Don’t Sign Anything,Protect KCM – Compliance with the TSA Prohibited Items List,Joint Negotiations Continue in Denver Next Week,Follow Us on Twitter @AFAUnitedMEC
This video is a non scripted conversation with our AFA United MEC
President Ken Diaz about many current important issues pertaining to our
Flight Attendant profession. We apologize for the length.
U.S. aviation and communication regulators announced Friday that they will work together to ensure safe and secure communications onboard commercial aircraft.
The company has posted our 2015 per diem reports on Flying Together.
It was expected that our 2015 Per Diem reports would be available on Monday, February 1, 2016. However they were not. United management reported this evening they encountered unexpected problems with the program that generates the Per Diem reports. We hope to have additional details tomorrow.
The 2015 Profit Sharing payments are scheduled to be included in the March 1, 2016 paycheck for all eligible employees. Profit Sharing payouts will be approximately 13.0029% of your 2015 annual earnings – a significant increase from last year’s 5.6658% payout.
ark your calendars! On February 18th the Joint MEC is conducting an ALL CALL to Chicago starting at 2 pm Central.
The Winter Regular Meeting of the United Master Executive Council (MEC) will take place during the week of February 16, 2016 at the Hyatt Rosemont in Rosemont, IL. Y
Flight Attendants' rest should equal pilot rest in order for us to be prepared and rested to do our work as aviation's First Responders.
Flight Attendant Individual Profit Sharing % Update,2015 Per Diem Reports Update,February 18 Day of Action,Local Meetings and Winter Regular MEC Meeting: February 16 – 18,Rally for Rest
The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA) today praised the introduction of the Secure Our Skies Act to fight human trafficking with proper training for aviation workers, led by U.S. Representatives Dina Titus (D-NV-01) and Barbara Comstock (R-VA-10).