Airline accused of running `beauty contest' for union
- BA strike: Unite vows to fight on. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;5/21/2010, Issue 2913, p4
The article reports on the dispute between British Airways PLC and Unite cabin crew union which will continue despite the strike being halted when a high court judge grants a last minute injunction in Great Britain.
- BA voucher refunds could total just Â£2m. Noakes, Gary // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;8/11/2003, Issue 2576, p2
Details the costs of the flight vouchers offered by British Airways PLC to passengers stranded during industrial dispute. Number of passengers affected; Negotiation between the airlines and several trade-unions; Renumeration of agents for reorganizing travel arrangements.
- Union ballots signal summer of strikes. // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;7/28/2003, Issue 1678, p3
Reports on the union strikes at British Airways PLC demanding for industrial action. Complaints concerning the introduction of automated time-recording system cards by the airline company; Details about the negotiations between the unions and the company; Threats of the strike for the...
- Eye of the storm. Brockett, James // People Management;3/8/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p18
The article reports on the strike action at British Airways which indicates that the problems at the flagship airline are far from over. It is stated that the cause of the strike has something to do with the issue of sickness absence. Unions stated that a strict absence management policy was...
- BA rocked by strike threat. Taylor, Ian // Travel Weekly (UK);1/19/2007, p14
The article reports that the British Airway's (BA) cabin crew backed a call for strike action in a ballot over pay. Some union representatives have rejected a pensions deal agreed earlier in January 2007, although key groups such as pilots appear ready to accept. In other news, BA has cut its...
- BA in union talks. // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;9/15/2003, Issue 1685, p84
Reports on a conflict of the airline British Airways PLC with its flight engineers. Grievances of engineers; Background of the dispute; Steps taken by the airline to diffuse the crisis with the help of the pilot union.
- Tailoring Union-Wide Innovations to Local Conditions: The Case of Member Assistance Program Implementation in the Airline Industry. Bamberger, Peter; Sonnenstuhl, William // Labor Studies Journal;Fall96, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p19
Presents a study examining the variation in local implementation of a union-wide Member Assistance Program (MAP) in a trade-union airline in order to generate theoretical insight into the way in which union-wide innovations are implemented at the local level. Features of the MAP; Use of the MAP...
- Airlines finding labor trouble in their attempts to cut costs, change strategies. Page, Paul // Traffic World;11/22/93, Vol. 236 Issue 8, p9
Focuses on labor problems faced by American air carriers'. Flight attendants' dispute with American Airlines; United Airlines' battle with its union; Restructuring of routes by Delta Air Lines; Resemblance of airline strategies with regional truckers; Union presence in the trucking industry.
- Unions pledge to take U.S. carriers to task. Velocci Jr., Anthony L. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;11/20/1995, Vol. 142 Issue 21, p73
Reports on organized airline machinists' vow to take a more militant stand in future labor negotiations in the United States. Frustrations caused by weak wage growth vulnerability to outsourcing; Factors stirring a new militancy within machinists' ranks; Use of employee stock ownership to...