UNITED CONTINENTAL UNIONS PUT ON THE PRESSURE

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP January 5, 2011 21:20

UNITED CONTINENTAL UNIONS PUT ON THE PRESSURE

Unions representing cabin crew said yesterday the new 20-month tentative interim agreement put forward still needs to be ratified by a member vote in the coming weeks.

It said the new deal increases the base wage for more than 9,000 attendants by 2.5% retroactive to the beginning of 2010, with an additional 2.5% boost this coming September. It said additional terms include profit sharing, sick leave enhancements, company contributions to retirement plans and numerous work-rule improvements. The union said the new agreement also improves job security through a no-furlough clause.

Sam Risoli, vice president of United Continental’s inflight service, called the agreement fair and said it was “another positive step forward” as management works to combine the two companies.

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