Hawaiian Airlines employees represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) have ratified tentative agreements reached with the airline in December. The five-year contracts boost compensation and incorporate important work rule changes benefiting more than 1,500 employees in District 141, which covers clerical, office, stores, fleet and passenger services, as well as more than 700 employees in District 142 who work as aircraft mechanics and inspectors, line servicemen, cleaners, and contract services personnel. “We are pleased with the swift ratification of contracts by front-line employees whose invaluable contributions help ensure we remain the carrier of choice to
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