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MEET YOUR NEGOTIATING COMMITTEE

Jen Sala

MEC PRESIDENT

Erika Schweitzer

CHI BASED FA

Monica Wilcox

LEC 86 GRIEVANCE CHAIR

JD Minter

LEC 81 VICE PRESIDENT

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UPCOMING ZOOM MEETINGS!

Wednesday, May 15, 2024 at 20:00 ET

Membership Meeting Zoom
Topic: AFA F9 Contract Update – May 2024
Time: Wednesday, May 15th at 2000 ET

Waiting Room Enabled:  Everyone will be placed into the zoom waiting room when logging/calling in and will be placed into the meeting when it starts.  

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Meeting ID: 854 0251 3542
Passcode: 364830

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Call in:  301 715 8592

Upcoming Negotiations Dates

May 14-16

June 25-27

Duties and Responsibilities

The duties and responsibilities of the Negotiating Committee shall include the following:

  1. The Committee, with the advice of the Staff Negotiator shall have the authority to conclude an agreement, subject to the provisions of Article XII. of the Constitution and Bylaws.
  2. All members of the Committee, including alternates whenever possible, shall complete a negotiations training seminar prior to writing an "opener."
  3. Committee members shall be familiar with Union policy and keep abreast of new developments in the industry.
  4. Committee members shall utilize the facilities and resources of the Union and the experience and knowledge of Union Officers, International Office staff and study com- mittees of the Union. (eg., Legal, Retirement and Insurance, Wage and Working Conditions, etc.).
  5. Committee members shall maintain a current record of the:
    1. (1)  Financial condition of the company.
    2. (2)  Management lines of authority and methods of communication.
    3. (3)  Operations statistics and experiences of the airline which may be used in bar- gaining, grievances, litigation, etc.
  6. Committee members shall be familiar with the wishes of the flight attendant group with respect to wages, working conditions, and work rules, through, for example, system-wide distribution of contract surveys, periodic road shows, etc.
  7. The Committee,with the advice of the Staff Negotiator, shall prepare the contract opener.
  8. The Committee shall provide regular updates to the membership on the status of negotiations through, for example, newsletters, hotlines, telephone trees, etc.

i. The Committee shall maintain a complete record of the negotiations, including proposals, notes and communications, and such record is the property of AFA-CWA. A copy of this record will be forwarded to the International Office by the Negotiating Committee.