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UAL/CAL/CMI Mechanics Update - December 29, 2014

It’s been a busy year for the TAMC, which does many things to defend the airline mechanics and related craft throughout the industry and represents more than 18,000 mechanics. Here is a short summary of some of the actions this important group did on our behalf over the course of the last year.

UAL/CAL/CMI Mechanics Update - December 7, 2014

The IBT Negotiations Committee and leadership, as well as the company’s negotiations committee, gave status updates at the National Mediation Board headquarters in Washington, DC on December 2. The rank-and-file delegation met in caucus after these discussions; the committee determined it would be in the best interest of the membership to continue discussions with the company through the mediator beginning in the first several months of next year... 

UAL/CAL/CMI Mechanics Update - November 29, 2014

The company's update titled "The Facts About Mechanics & Related Negotiations" reinvents history with the very first sentence, shoveling another lie on top of its already impressive mound of falsehoods and deceit. It's true that the company filed for mediation, but the company’s version of how and why that happened is completely false...   

UAL/CAL/CMI Mechanics Update - November 24, 2014

The negotiating committee met on November 20 at Local 19 in Houston to discuss how to proceed with negotiations. This meeting was convened as a result of last week’s call with the Airline Division. The thirteen member committee debated the merits of several different ideas throughout the day.

UAL/CAL/CMI Mechanics Update - October 27, 2014

The union and United Airlines reconvened negotiations in Chicago this week for another session of bargaining under the direction and supervision of the National Mediation Board. There are no scheduled dates through the end of the year.

UAL/CAL/CMI Mechanics Update - October 11, 2014

The UAL mechanics seniority committee met last week in Seattle Washington to discuss some open issues prior to returning to the task of merging the three seniority lists. One of the main topics discussed was on the subject of tiebreakers. The process of merging the lists will resume in the coming weeks.

United Contacting Those Who Flew With Ebola Victim

United Airlines said Thursday it is notifying passengers who were on flights with a man later diagnosed with Ebola and telling them how to contact federal health officials.

UAL/CAL/CMI Mechanics Update – July 27, 2014

On Thursday, July 24, the steering committee was reconvened in Denver for the purpose of a briefing on the current state of negotiations. Representative Clacy Griswold explained where the negotiations are now. There was also a short briefing on mediation. Representative Bob Fisher gave an overview of the current system wide arbitration cases.

United Airlines Cited for Workplace Violations at Newark

Federal officials say United Airlines repeatedly put workers at Newark Liberty International Airport in danger of being injured by falls or by falling objects and other workplace hazards. Violations include exposing aircraft mechanics to fall hazards while working from a ground support vehicle and struck-by hazards by storing materials on storage racks

UAL/CAL/CMI Mechanics Update – July 20, 2014

On Tuesday, July 15th, the national GSE and Facilities committee representing sub United mechanics met in Houston. With the awarding of contracts around the system, the committee pressed on the need for the union to be involved early in the process of facility overhauls to ensure the scope of the projects does not violate the scope of the collective bargaining agreement.

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