(COLUMBUS, Ohio) – NetJets aircraft technicians and related employees represented by the Teamsters Airline Division and Teamsters Local 284 have launched a multi-location informational picketing campaign to publicize their dispute over the company’s refusal to pay industry standard wages and massive levels of subcontracting of aircraft maintenance. Informational picketing began today at Don Scott Airport at Ohio State University in Columbus.
(WASHINGTON)—NetJets safety workers and their supporters are picketing and distributing handbills this weekend, May 5 through May 7, as part of an effort to publicize a six-year long labor dispute with the Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A and BRK.B) owned private jet company.
Faced with insufficient number of crewmembers to fly, Cape Air management recently approached the union to loosen up the restrictions on how the company can use on-call pilots. CBA language would not allow the company cannot award a shift to an on call pilot out of open time pool until it is 7 days before the shift.
On April 6th, in accordance with LOA #28, an arbitration case was held to hear the lump sum disputes filed by members who believed they were paid incorrectly. Arbitrator Josh Javits was chosen by the parties to hear these cases. The total number of disputes was 39.
(ATLANTA) — As UPS prepares for its annual shareholder meeting, more than 900 of its aircraft mechanics and other related classifications sent an open letter to CEO David Abney and the board of directors Monday saying they are concerned that UPS is trying to strip them of their health benefits and that they will do whatever it takes to secure a fair contract.
Following a tentative agreement on April 5, 2017, Teamster Flight Dispatchers at Atlas Air, Inc., and Polar Air Cargo have voted to ratify changes to their existing contract. One-hundred percent of the flight dispatchers voted, with 74 percent voting in favor of ratification.
(COLUMBUS, Ohio) –NetJets aircraft technicians and related employees represented by the Teamsters Airline Division and Teamsters Local 284 are calling on the leaders of the company to stop denying workers pay increases and provide the job security that comes with a viable in-house maintenance system.