Alaska MEC Podcast
Alaska MEC Podcast
Honoring Seniority, Bidding Pitfalls, And What You Need to Know about Bid 2020-11a
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In this episode Host Captain David Campbell and others discuss what is different and what is the same about how management will award Bid 2020-11a, how seniority will be followed during the awarding process, and what that looks like now that there will be pilots who are both flying and on Extended Incentive Lines. Because there are both vacancies and reductions in the bid, pilots should be very familiar with the bid award process so that they may place their preferences appropriately.
If you have questions after listening to this episode, contact a member of your Membership Committee at ALAMembership@alpa.org or Contract Compliance at (888)767-2228.
Position Bid 2020-11a
A short preview of the episode we are working on about position bid 2020-11a.
EIL, REIL, ELOA, EO Awards and What Comes Next
This episode answers some questions about the awarding of the EIL, REIL, ELOA, and EO, what pilots who were awarded one may expect, and what the MEC is working on next.
A Scheduling Committee document is mentioned in this episode that may help pilots understand their contractual rights when a trip is canceled. Click, Control Your Life by Understanding 25.T,U, and V. More questions may be answered by your Contract Compliance Team at (888) 767 2228.
Please join ALPA’s Call to Action to tell congress to fund an extension to the Payroll Support Program.
Bidding for EIL, REIL, VELOA, EO
Voluntary Leave and Incentive Line LOA page.
Contract Compliance Team (CCT) phone number: 888-767-2228.
Bidding and Bid Award Process for EIL, REIL, ELOA, and EO Retirement
Bidding for the recently negotiated Letters of Agreement (LOA) for Extended Incentive Lines (EIL), Retirement Extended Incentive Lines (REIL), Extended Leaves of Absences (ELOA) and the Early-Out Retirement Program offered by Alaska Airlines to its pilots is underway and will close on July 15 at 09:00 PDT.
In this episode Strategic Communications Chair, Capt. David Campbell speaks with MEC Chair, Capt. Will McQuillen; Negotiating Chair, First Officer Chris Gruner; Strategic Planning Chair, Capt. Ronan O’Donoghue; and Membership Chair, Capt. Will Swoveland. Topics include the bid award process which has been redesigned to ensure seniority will be honored and should help pilots when making decisions about how to bid. The panel also answers a number of recurring questions.
A one-stop-shop of LOA related information has been created on the AlaskaPilots.org website and can be found on the Voluntary Leave and Incentive Line LOAs page. If pilots still have questions, call the Contract Compliance Team at (888) 767-2228. For questions directly related to retirement, contact a member of the Retirement and Insurance (R&I) Committee. The CCT phone number and contact information for R&I Committee members may be found on the webpage linked above.
Voluntary Leave and Incentive Line Letters of Agreement
Three new LOAs were approved on June 17 by the Alaska Master Executive Council (MEC) and Alaska Airlines executive management. These agreements create a number of voluntary extended leaves and incentive lines which, depending on the level of participation, could minimize—or possibly eliminate—the need to furlough. In this episode, MEC Chairman, Will McQuillen, Negotiating Chairman, Chris Gruner, and Strategic Communications Chairman David Campbell discuss the details of those agreements, what has transpired since management’s Virtual Town Hall webcast on June 4, and the road ahead.
LOA 20-03 Military Leave Extension
LOA 20-04 Extend Leaves of Absence
LOA 20-05 Extend Incentive Lines
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In an age when I’m obligated to read a myriad of posts, bulletins, updates & briefs, the chance to relax and soak in all the great information and nuance of a long form interview is greatly appreciated. Well done!
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What an invaluable resource to disseminate accurate information to the pilots. Keep up the good work boys and girls. We are behind you!