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UAL-CAL-CMI Mechanics Update

UAL, CAL, CMI Mechanic Update - February 23, 2016

Our outreach to the press has generated great coverage thus far. Continued showing of solidarity will bring further coverage and increased pressure on the company.

UAL, CAL, CMI Mechanic Update - December 22, 2015

Ballots, along with the complete company proposal, should be in the mail this week and will be counted on January 25th. The ballot will contain two questions; the first is whether or not you accept the company proposal and second; an authorization to seek release from mediation to enter self help, or as it is more commonly known, a strike vote.

UAL, CAL, CMI Mechanic Update - November 28, 2015

The committee met in Houston this week to complete the process of vetting United’s final offer. Various subcommittees worked through the previous week on individual articles and LoA’s, comparing the UA offer to previously TA’d articles, items agreed to in principal, and items not discussed/agreed to in an effort to gain a complete understanding of exactly what United has proposed. These findings were combined into a single list of inconsistencies that were delivered to the UA negotiators this week. Once this list is reviewed and the proposal finalized, a vote will be scheduled.

UAL, CAL, CMI Mechanic Process Update

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Teamster Airline Division Representatives Clacy Griswold and Bob Fisher, along with Rank and File committee member John Laurin who is acting as the committee scribe and historian, met with Company Reps Marcel Delhommeau, Kellee Allain, and Nate Kramer to receive the Company’s proposal.

UAL, CAL, CMI Mechanic Update - October 26, 2015

It has been reported in several stations that supervisors are characterizing the proposal to be voted on as a “TA” or tentative agreement. This package is not a TA but rather what the Company termed as a closeout proposal.

UAL, CAL, CMI Mechanics Update - October 23, 2015

The International Brotherhood Teamsters today announced an agreement to put a proposed joint contract out for ratification for members working at United Airlines. The deal, if approved, would cover the company’s aviation maintenance technicians and related workers.

UAL, CAL, CMI Mechanics Update - October 5, 2015

Earlier this summer, a neutral arbitrator held that United violated the s-UAL Collective Bargaining Agreement by imposing a 90% co-insurance obligation on employees who participate in the HMOs, Aetna Select Plans and HMSA.

UAL/CAL/CMI Mechanics Update - October 1, 2015

Meetings were held through the weekend (12 hour sessions) and into this week in an effort to conclude the bargaining and reach an equitable deal for the membership.  United passed a comprehensive proposal to the union on Saturday.

UAL, CAL, CMI Mechanics Update, September 14, 2015

Negotiations are scheduled to reconvene in Las Vegas for two weeks beginning on September 21st. Given the recent tone from the Company, we expect to continue making progress towards a tentative agreement that can be presented to the membership for ratification. The committee remains focused and dedicated to that end and so far have received no indication that the company has changed directions towards this goal as well.

UAL, CAL, CMI Mechanics Update - September 5, 2015

The Flight Simulator Technician subcommittee met with the Company September 1st through the 3rd in Houston. On the 3rd, the subcommittee successfully concluded discussions regarding all outstanding non-economic proposals for the Flight Simulator Technicians and Related Members.


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