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During a virtual Congressional Roundtable discussion on October 7, CWA Local 3645 President Donielle Prophete (CLT) and CWA Local 3146 President James McKnight (MIA) joined members of other airport workers’ unions to demand baseline federal wage and benefit standards be mandated for any airport that receives federal funding.
The Federal government has implemented two COVID-19 vaccine mandates for businesses. American Airlines will follow the federal mandate, which requires employees of American mainline, Piedmont, and Envoy to be vaccinated.
The CWA/IBT Association and the Company have extended the trial mando agreement for another three week period, which will run from July 26 through August 15.
In recent days, we've received a lot of questions about the furloughs and how they will be implemented, so we want to explain the process and provide information about transfers and recall rights.
American Airlines has notified our union of their intent to furlough 1,085 positions in our group. This is in the CSA/CSC, CAR, and Premium Services groups.
CWA and other airline unions call for an extension of the CARES Act Payroll Support Program now to save our jobs!
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American Airlines will be sending Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notifications, or WARN Act notifications, to CWA/IBT Association-covered employees. This notice, which is required by law, will contain information indicating that AA may furlough employees. This does NOT mean you will be furloughed.
American Airlines is now accepting new applications for VLOA that would run through September 30, 2020. Applications are due before midnight Central Time on June 27, 2020. All U.S.-based mainline employees except pilots are eligible to apply.
Based on advice from our legal team and agreement with the Teamsters, we have decided not to open bargaining on our contract this year. We will wait until the next amendable period in the hope that the airline's economic status improves so that we would not be forced to bargain over concessionary proposals.
CWA has worked with American Airlines to reduce union dues for members currently on leave. We will pause all dues deductions for members in these groups and then turn the deductions back on when most members in that group should be returning to work.