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Annual calendar mailout

The annual Local 512 calendars were mailed to both active and retired members last week. They should be arriving to the address you have on file with the Local this week. After the mailout we were notified by the mailing house of an error in the mailing of calendars to some of the retirees.
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Contract Book Update:

Title II contract books were picked up Tuesday morning and will be distributed by Facility Maintenance Stewards and Auto Shop Safety Steward Drew Catania. Drew will work with the other Stewards in the auto shop and get them distributed as soon as possible. Title III contract books are another story.
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TTD News Release

U.S. and European Transport Unions Meet in Washington; Step Up Campaign to Derail NAI Flag of Convenience Plan Joint Declaration Released on Eve of U.S.-EU Joint Committee Meeting   Washington, D.C.
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Weekly Update for November 22, 2014

1. APA, APFA update: A lot more information came out this week about both groups and their attempts to get new joint agreements.While both have similar agreements to reach new agreements they are seemingly being treated differently.  There was plenty of back and forth chatter between the company and the Allied Pilots Association while the deadline for them to reach a deal has passed.
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Pilot union wants to keep talking with American Airlines

Okay, here’s the situation: 1. American Airlines has given the Allied Pilots Association until Friday to accept the “framework” of American’s contract proposal or the airline will proffer binding arbitration, which APA would be obligated to accept. That would be in lieu of a negotiated settlement. 2.
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Earlier this month, the President's from all the T.W.U. Locals that represent employees at AA were called to Washington D.C for a special President's Council. One of the items discussed was the need for input from their members on what they wanted to see when joint negotiations start with the I.A.M. for the first contract at the new AA. The survey below is the first step in determining the issues that you deem as the most important. It is a starting point and will continue to be a work in progress. Please fill out the survey completely and return it to the UnionOffice no later than 12:00 on Friday Dec. 5, 2014. If you have any questions, please call the office and speak to an Officer. The Survey is available in the DOWNLOADS Section under SURVEY.



 


In advance of Black Friday protests the day after Thanksgiving, Walmart workers in Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio, participated in a one-day strike calling on the retail giant to increase wages. Meanwhile, a new report, “Walmart's Hunger Games: How America's Largest Employer and Richest Family Worsen the Hunger Crisis,” called Walmart the poster child for food insecurity in America.

The report's author, Michele Simon, said:

All the factors that are contributing to poverty in America exist among Walmart workers. Walmart is America's largest poverty incubator.

"The American taxpayer is directly subsidizing Walmart's ability to do business this way because their workers are relying on public assistance," she said. "It is a twisted kind of a vicious cycle, where Walmart is being subsidized by the American taxpayer."

The report said that 49 million Americans face hunger, primarily because of low-wage work in the model popularized by Walmart. In order to feed their families, low-wage workers are forced to skip meals, rely on cheap, non-nutritious food, rely on food banks or turn toward food stamps. The problem gets worse because the Walmart model prevents most workers from working sufficient hours to afford sufficient food. And erratic scheduling prevents many workers from taking on second jobs or going to school to improve their skill sets.

Read the full report.



The available amount of vacation slots and the weeks that they are available are in the DOWNLOADS section on your left. Please print a copy for your convenience.


A.A. bus schedule's are now available in the DOWNLOADS section. 
 


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Chicago workers' compensation lawyers

The Law Offices of Corti & Aleksy, PC,  Call (312) 782-8372

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TELL THE SENATE: WE WANT A $10 MINIMUM WAGE
More than 80% of Americans want to see the minimum wage increased. Obstruction is not an option -- demand Congress vote on the Fair Minimum Wage Act and raise the minimum wage to $10 an hour NOW.
 
 
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