Collective Bargaining Agreement: Cwa and piedmont airlines

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Collective Bargaining Agreement with CWA and Piedmont Airlines Signed November 5, 2018

New wage scales are effective today. They will be on the check you receive on November 23rd. The lump sum will be paid out within 30 days from the date of signing, which is today (November 5, 2018).  Lump sum is 6% of your total 2017 W-2 earnings, minimum payout is $400, and  must be hired before November 5, 2017 to qualify.


All other changes to the contract will be implemented within 30 days as they need time to be programmed.  When a contract is ratified, there is a period of time that is allowed for to changes to be implemented. Management needs to be advised and trained on those changes. CWA believe the most important thing was to get wage increases implemented immediately.  


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Howard Leef

VP CWA Local 7040







Tentative Agreement Ratified 

                  -November 2, 2018


Results of CWA-Piedmont TA Ratification Vote

We have just received the election results from BallotPoint, the independent company that oversaw the voting process. We are pleased to report that the Tentative Agreement between our union and Piedmont has been ratified.

We've issued the following public statement. Thank you for your support throughout the bargaining process.

Piedmont Airlines passenger service agents represented by the Communications Workers of America ratified a new five-year contract today. The agreement covers 6,000 agents in 28 states at the American Airlines subsidiary, and provides significant improvements in the collective bargaining agreement, including wage increases across the board and new defined pay scales.

Contract highlights include:

*Defined pay scales with guaranteed 3 percent increases. Wages at the top of the scales in the first year of the contract range from $16 to $20, depending on location. In the final year of the contract, the top wage range is $17.25 to $21.75.

*A lump sum payment equal to 6 percent of the employee's 2017 W-2 earnings for agents with at least one year of completed service.

*Improvements in shift trade, mandatory overtime, and training policies.

*Enhancements to vacation time policies for part-time employees.

*Stronger healthcare benefits.

Piedmont Agents have been in negotiations for a new contract with the company since November 2016. The new agreement was reached with the involvement of the National Mediation Board after agents voted against ratification of an earlier tentative contract.

"I'm proud of our bargaining team and our members who were determined to fight for improvements at American Airlines," said Richard Honeycutt, Vice President of CWA District 3 and Chair of CWA's Passenger Service Airline Council. "We must build on our progress and strengthen our union so that the company treats passenger service agents with the respect they deservlump sum pt

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING Agreement: CWA and Piedmont Airlines

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RESOURCES ABOUT THE CWA-PIEDMONT AIRLINES COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT