Timeline for Completing Adjustments to Minimum - Three Separate Processes
April 1, 2020
During the course of a normal schedule month, there are a number of processes that occur as a result of Flight Attendant actions that, when completed, require an adjustment to the minimum in her/his CCS Pay Register. Two of these processes are:
1. Restoration of Reserve Days of Availability (In Reserve Lines having more than the 12 minimum days off).
2. Line Swaps
This month, as a result of a computer anomaly, the EOM/Adjustment Process is driving the need for a third line of work.
The important take away for all of us in terms of our April 2020 Pay Registers, regardless of the reason the adjustment to the Minimum is required this month, all minimum adjustments will be completed no later than April 12, 2020.
CCS Pay Register - Restoring Reserve Days of Availability and Update to Reserve Minimum in Pay Register
After you have sent your request to restore Reserve days of availability, Crew Planning then sends a notification to the Flight Attendant Crew Pay support team directing a manual adjustment to your Reserve Minimum hours based on the number of Reserve Days of availability restored. Once this process is completed, the Minimum shown on your CCS Pay Register will reflect this increase in hours.
In terms of timing, all adjustments to your Minimum will be completed by the Flight Attendant Crew Pay Support Team no later than the 12th of any given bid month.
CCS Pay Register – Lines Swaps and Adjustments to Minimum in Pay Register
After your request to swap lines has been processed by the Inflight Scheduling Team, a notification is sent to the Flight Attendant Crew Pay support team to directing a manual adjustment to the Minimum hours shown on your CCS Pay Registers.
All adjustments to your Minimum will be completed by the Flight Attendant Crew Pay Support Team no later than the 12th of any given bid month.
April 2020 Exception Process:
CCS Pay Register – Minimum Hour Corrections Resulting from EOMs & Adjustments
We are aware there are some number of Flight Attendants who after completing the EOM/Adjustment process for the April 2020 bid month had the value of their minimum hours reduced improperly. We have been able to identify all Flight Attendants who were adversely impacted.
The list of names of those Flight Attendants who should not have had their minimum reduced as a result of the EOM/Adjustment Process has been provided to the Flight Attendant Crew Pay Support Team. Manual adjustments to the Minimum in the CCS Pay Registers of those affected Flight Attendant will be made.
All adjustments to your Minimum will be completed by the Flight Attendant Crew Pay Support Team no later than the 12th of the April bid month.