News

Serious safety concerns, including rushed inspections, high stress, and dangerous time pressures are among the issues cited in a new report on conditions for Envoy passenger service agents.
Our new collective bargaining agreement was signed on November 5th and raises went into effect on the date. Raises and lump sum bonuses will be reflected in our November 23 paychecks.
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.
On April 19 and 20, the CWA Bargaining Team met with the company to continue working toward a fair and equitable contract. Over two days of meetings a total of 17 proposals and counters passed between the two sides.
Your Piedmont Bargaining Team will be hosting a Town Hall Call April 19th at 8 PM EST. Please join us to hear the latest news from the bargaining table.
The Piedmont Bargaining Team is in negotiations for a new contract. Please join us at 8 pm EST on April 19th for a Telephone Town Hall to hear what's at stake and how you can get involved. Register before Noon EST April 19!
The CWA bargaining team met with the Piedmont bargaining team on March 7, 8, and 9, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. We saw significant progress and movement on a number of our proposals.
The Local 3645 team recently visited Louisville (SDF), Greenville-Spartanburg (GSP), and Wilmington (ILM). At SDF they were able to help negotiate the return of a terminated agent.
One of our big goals is to get our agents to see the stewards as real resources—as contacts to empower them. And it’s great because we have more and more stewards signing up every day.
“We work for the same corporation, and we wear the same uniform, so let's stand up for each other,” says Carolyn Marsalek, a thirty-year veteran of the busy American Airlines ORD station and vice president of CWA Local 4201.
Bargaining committees representing the Union and the Company met on February 14, 15, and 16, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The meeting began with the Company's presentation of a counter proposal to the Union's November 10th proposal on Article 6, Hours of Service.