The link above will access all the associated TA’s and info.
Tentative Agreement Roadshow
Thursday, March 7th 2013
There are 4 scheduled meetings, 2 in the AM and 2 in the PM.
Meetings will be focused for each workgroup, PCE/ATO-Above The Wing, and RSE/Fleet Service-Below The Wing.
Meetings are open to all, but the information discussed will be focused on each particular workgroup.
The times are designed to try and coincide with shift start and end times. Hopefully you will be able to attend either before or after your shift.
0830 – 1000 Above The Wing
1030 – 1200 Below The Wing
1300 – 1430 Above The Wing
1500 – 1630 Below The Wing
The reps that are coming are:
Rich Delaney – General Chair/President District 141
Joe Bartz – AGC, Stores
Kyle Carroll – S-CAL/EWR Fleet Service
Karen Griffith – S-UAL/BOS PCE
I encourage everyone to attend and ask questions. This is an opportunity that should not be missed.
Rich Delaney, February 24, 2013—This past week we conducted informational meetings for all station representatives from all groups and previous airlines to present the details of our recently announced tentative agreement with United Airlines. The meetings were conducted over two days in Chicago and allowed each specific group – s-UA PCE, s-CO Fleetservice, s-UA RSM, and s-CO PCE to receive the same information but evaluate and question how this agreement effects their classifications. In addition, members from Guam, who previously worked for Continental Micronesia Airlines attended and learned how they are becoming part of the entire membership.
The focus of the meetings was on the key areas of employment security, economics and benefits, and work rules. Each attendee receive a copy of the first draft of the contract, with the understanding that final proofreading and corrections will be made to the document prior to mailing copies of the agreement to each member’s home prior to ratification voting. Continue reading
The Officers of Local 1726 are in the process of amending the Bylaws.
All bylaw proposals from the membership must be in writing, no later than
March 31, 2013, signed by not less than 5 members and referred to a Bylaws Committee
appointed by the President.
A posting will be placed in all designated Union Bulletin Boards, and submission forms will be made available. A link to the current bylaws is above.
February 14, 2013–The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) today declared renewed contracts for its US Airways members must be concluded before the IAM is willing to support the merger of US Airways and American Airlines.
“IAM members at US Airways need and deserve contracts now,” said IAM District 141 President Rich Delaney. “The Machinists Union will not allow US Airways to stall our members’ contract negotiations while it devotes its attention to merging with American Airlines. The IAM is prepared to support this merger only if it provides real value to employees.” Continue reading
RICH DELANEY, FEBRUARY 16, 2013—Our recent announcement of reaching a tentative agreement with United Airlines has proven to be welcomed news by our members.
Although we have only been able to release limited information at this time, our membership has viewed the announcement as the end of the long waiting period for a settlement.
The focus now is to present the full and complete information regarding what is contained in our tentative agreement for a full review of members. The current process we are completing is the proofreading and printing of all materials, not only highlight sheets, for distribution and expla- nation. We expect this to be completed no later than midweek. At that time we will have a dedicated webpage that can be accessed through our District website, http://www.iam141.org, which will provide information about the contract, provide schedules of planned explanation meetings, an interactive way to ask and receive answers to contract provision questions, and an outline of the voting process we will use for the membership ratification vote. Continue reading
Rich Delaney—Download Today, February 13, 2013, District 141 and United Airlines are announcing we have reached a tentative agreement of labor contracts that will improve the lives of our 30,000 members and their families.
This has been a long and difficult process for our membership as we have worked towards bringing together, under single contracts, the employees of two historic airlines into an even larger and more history-making carrier. The obstacles that have slowed us down over the past four years have been overcome. The future, for our airline and, more importantly, for our membership, is brighter today as a result of these agreements.
The concerns and goals of our members guided our negotiating team through this entire process, and we believe we now have addressed them. Our members now have employment security unmatched in the industry. We have achieved total compensation that is the best in the industry, and rewards them for their past work and sacrifice in the service of their airline. We have stabilized and improved the health care coverage and cost structure for our members and their families for the present day as well as the future. And we have improved pensions so that our members may retire with the security and dignity they have earned and deserve. Our agreement for an early out opportunity will allow members to transition into life after United with comfort and confidence. Continue reading