Club Furlough

paincorp

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He’s asking why the dxers refused to go back to work for them
Thank you.

I think why has been covered to death in this thread. But to recap, being the only operating airline to take hundreds of millions of dollars to keep people safe, and walking hundreds the days before you sign the agreement speaks loads about your ethics as a company and how you actually value your people.
 

flynryan692

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This same thing is happening at the majors as well. These recalls are all temporary (through March 31st). Most of the peeps I know who got furloughed are waiting it out at a new job until a permanent recall happens. Makes sense to me.
If they're offering recall and it is refused isn't that the end of the line? Why would they offer a second recall opportunity to people that already refused?
 

Green12324

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If they're offering recall and it is refused isn't that the end of the line? Why would they offer a second recall opportunity to people that already refused?
These recalls are only valid until March 31, then everyone gets furloughed again. At my airline you technically have to accept recall, but they're offering leave of absence for anyone who doesn't want to come back for just 3 months. If the recall becomes permanent or lasts longer than March 31 we would then come off of leave and into active employment. Other airlines could be doing it different and allowing people to bypass this round of recalls depending on what their CBA says.
 

who'swho

Don't hesitate. Penetrate!
If they're offering recall and it is refused isn't that the end of the line? Why would they offer a second recall opportunity to people that already refused?
It's all about out that COLA. You do slide down the seniority list when you take the unpaid leave though.
 
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