May 19,2010 To: TWU Local Presidents TWU Directors TWU International Staff OPEIU-153 Staff As we continue to refine Officers and Staff assignments to better adapt to the current and future demands placed on the organization, the following changes have become necessary:
HOW DANGEROUS IS THE AIRCRAFT YOU’RE FLYING ON?
May 4th, 2018 Update
Airline passengers may be less safe when the plane they are flying on has been repaired or maintained in a foreign country.
Local 514 President Dale Danker on Negotiations, Equity and Membership Meeting.
It has been almost three years since I came into office and back then I immediately joined the negotiating committee for the TWU. In May of 2008 AA management handed our negotiating committee a contract proposal that was so clearly objectionable we refused to bring it back to the membership for a vote. We did…
As today starts again I see that we have the huge task ahead of us in getting all the language together for each article that we just TA’d.
WASHINGTON, DC – Transportation unions applaud the announcement today by the National Mediation Board (NMB) that it has amended union election procedures in the airline and rail industry to make them fairer and more consistent with democratic norms. “In too many instances, airline and rail workers were denied the ability to bargain collectively because of…
There have been many questions related as to what is next. It will take some time to get all the articles together and proofed. When that is completed the following will be the local 514 process.
Mediator: Jack Kane TWU Contract Negotiations Communication Update Sixth Mediation Session 5/7/2010 through 5/8/2010 Dallas, Texas Technical Specialist Negotiating Committee: Howard McKinney, Gary Moffitt, Steve Luis, and Don Videtich AA Negotiating Committee: Jim Weel, John Shelburg, Mark Tichenor, Ken Durst, Jim Ream and Mark Easton Tentative Agreement Reached