The IAM Employee Family Assistance Program, third party counselling

Due to the current situation with COVID-19 and many of our members being laid off, the EFAP secured the ability for laid-off members to utilize the IAMAW portion of their counselling benefit. All that is required to access these benefits is to fill out a form and send it to the office for processing.  See the following bulletin for details
Bulletin No. 038_EN
Bulletin No. 038_FR

Air-Canada-TMOS, DPLP/Mitigation

The following bulletin #33 speaks to the various mitigation programs in light of the recent lay-off announcement by Air Canada.

In addition to the Deferred Payment Leave Plan (DPLP) provided for in Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) No. 6 of the TMOS Collective Agreement, Air Canada is also offering Special Voluntary Leaves of Absence (SVLOA) and a lackluster retirement incentive they are calling a “Universal Mitigation Program”.

Bulletin No. 033_EN
Bulletin No. 033_FR

To All IAMAW Air Canada Members-TMOS-Finance and Clerical

Bulletin # 32 below will provide an update on the current status pertaining to how Air Canada is treating its employees with respect to not participating in the 12-week extension of the Federal “Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy” program.

The IAM is strongly suggesting that Air Canada needs to step up and maintain a good employer-employee relationship and to show true leadership amid the current Covid-19 pandemic.  To participate is not only good for the employees and their families, but it is also the right thing to do with respect to being the Nation’s flag carrier.  Read the full bulletin, in both official languages here:
Bulletin No. 032_FR Bulletin No. 032_EN

Bulletin No. 032_FR