American Flight Attendants Reject New Contract

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    The first work group that the "new" American has attempted to create a single contract for have been the flight attendants. The proposed agreement was industry-leading in many ways. While the union acknowledged that it wasn't perfect (not that any contract ever will be), they also explained that it's as good as it gets. Here's what they told their members, via Dallas News: “Eight months ago, our Joint Negotiating Committee came together with the difficult task of blending two contracts, two distinct cultures, and two very different operations. Comprised of seven LAA and seven LUS Flight Attendants, our team forged a strong unity as we worked through our differences. Together, we reached an agreement which will benefit all 24,500 Flight Attendants at the New American Airlines." The post American Flight Attendants Reject New Contract appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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