(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—The negotiating team comprised of Teamsters Airline Division representatives, Teamsters Local 284 business agent and rank and file committee members for the NetJets Technicians and Related Group have reached an “agreement in principle” to amend their current collective bargaining agreement with NetJets.
Negotiators for the ExpressJet Mechanics, represented by the IBT met with the Company on October 10th and 11th, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. The meeting was attended by IBT International Representative Chris Moore, Lead Negotiator Bob Luciano, IBT Staff Attorney Nick Manicone and Financial Advisor Dan Akins for the Union.
(RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio) – Senior management of luxury private jet providers Flexjet and Flight Options informed the Teamsters last week that they would not implement the Merged Collective Bargaining Agreement (“MCBA”) covering the combined Flexjet and Flight Options pilot groups that was awarded by an arbitrator on October 10, 2017.
All Southwest Material Specialists are encouraged to participate in this survey regarding the recent TA that failed ratification. Read more about the survey in the letter, from your negotiating committee.
Last week’s devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey and the destruction already caused by Hurricane Irma and the anticipated further destruction as it makes landfall on the mainland of the United States has shown the resilience of our members. Even as they were dealt serious blows personally, they have survived the storms and risen to aid their neighbors and support each other in these times of need.
The parties met August 8th-11th, the second meeting with the company after a one day session on July 6th 2017. The meetings were held at a neutral site in Washington D.C.
(ONTARIO, Calif.) – Dozens of Teamsters Local 2727 aircraft mechanics and related classifications protested outside one of UPS’ largest air hubs today, saying they’re ready to do whatever it takes to settle a fair contract that protects the health benefits they and their families depend on. The protests in Ontario will continue on Tuesday as the mechanics head back to the bargaining table with UPS under the supervision of a federal mediator.