There has been no movement in the current round of contract negotiations between Air Canada and TMOS. The following bulletin, in French and English, will spell out the current status of this round of bargaining.
LL714 is pleased to announce that Brother Jeffery Yumang was the successful applicant for the volunteer position for the Employee Assistance Program. Congratulations Jeffery. The official bulletin is below:
The bulletin for the upcoming February 11 regular monthly meeting is out and presented here for your information.
A new bulletin has been issues with an update on the on-going negotiations. See below:
A new bulletin has just been issued with some very important information on it regarding your overtime hours and how that may be used in your future pension calculations. Please read it carefully and submit your selection on the provided forms. Note that there is a 90 day window from receipt of this bulletin to make your selection and once made is irrevocable.
Please take a look at the bulletin below and consider volunteering for the vacant position on the Employee Assistance Program Committee.
There has been an apparent conclusion to the process which began in 2003 when Air Canada entered into CCAA. Over the years there has been an on-going discussion at various levels and recently a final decision rendered. See the following bulletin for all the details and note that in order to receive the payment check your current address must be on file with the IAM. Note that this applies only to employees on the payroll as at September 30 2004
The time has arrived to consider the application for the 2020 IAM Scholarship. All details can be found at the following link:
The offical announcement of the pending acquisition is only a few days old and the IAM has issued a bulletin to discuss the details of this as it moves forward. Full details to be found in the following: