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Erika RobertsonJanuary 2, 2023 at 9:46 am #15474
Dear SIA Member,
SkyWest InFlight Association (SIA) continues to strive to be the industry leading advocating body of choice as we relentlessly negotiate policy improvements and compensation increases, most notably seen in our current contract. After much dialogue with the Company, SIA is pleased to announce the following policy enhancements, along with the removal of the Proffering TR, that will be included in Revision 24 of the Flight Attendant Policy Manual (FAPM). The most noteworthy enhancements include:
The addition of two (2) more Golden Days each calendar year.
Allowing up to $500 of uniform allotment to roll over from year to year.
The ability to have a max credit of $500 in your uniform allotment account throughout the year.
Increasing the amount of uniform allotment funds to be used towards a roller board yearly from $140 to $170.
The new opportunity to utilize up to $300 of the uniform allotment towards a roller board once every three (3) years from the Company’s designated uniform vendor.
A complete list of SP changes are as follows:
SP2305 Definitions – Removed “estimated credit”, “proffering” and “proffering credit limit”.
SP2308.24 – Added “NOTE:” hyperlink box to Holding Pay instructions in SP2350 SkedPlus+ User Guide.
SP2309.1.B.3) – Clarification regarding when user-time can be requested.
SP2314.1.A – Updated current per diem amount and added January 1st, 2024 increase.
SP2317.6.F. – Added “NOTE:” for Golden Day bidding.
SP2317.6.F. 2) – Increased Golden Days from three (3) days to five (5) days for 2023 and beyond.
SP2317.7.B.1.k) – Added additional PBS reminders with the addition of two (2) more Golden Days.
SP2318.3.C – Removed all proffering language.
SP2327.1.B – Changed verbiage from male / female to men’s / women’s.
SP2327.1.F – Increased yearly allotment max credit to $500, effective January 1st, 2024. Note: The maximum amount for 2023 is not limited, allowing flight attendants the ability to utilize their remaining 2021, 2022, and upcoming 2023 allotments towards expected new uniform items.
SP2327.1.H.2 – Increased the amount of allotment funds to use towards any roller board from $140 – $170 annually.
SP2327.I – Added a new “I” and moved previous “I” to “J”. Added the option to request to utilize up to $300 of the uniform allotment toward the purchase of a roller board every three (3) calendar years from the Company’s designated uniform vendor.
Please note the revision is effective 01 January 23. You can find the current revision on SkyWest Online > Company > Documents > Manuals > Flight Attendant Policy Manual.
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our Flight Attendants000134January 5, 2023 at 11:48 am #15493
why was the removal of the verbiage “January 1st and anniversary date” removed AND not noted from the new FAPM update when we specifically voted on that verbiage being in the pay package and it was in the FAPM PRIOR to the new update.Erika RobertsonJanuary 5, 2023 at 2:19 pm #15495
Are you referring to SP2308 Compensation? Could you please let me know which revision has “January 1st and anniversary date”? I don’t show that language in Revision 23 (the Revision prior to this one) or Revision 22. I’ve included the 3 most recent revisions below where it talks about pay increases (Prior to Revision 23 SP2308 was last changed during Revision 14):
Thank you and I look forward to your response,
Erika000134January 6, 2023 at 5:08 pm #15496
Thank you very much for your response. As only the company has the copies of the FAPM now that it is digital it is almost impossible to verify those documents. However the document that we did vote on, and that is still available says that flight attendants will get a raise on January 1st AND their anniversary date.Erika RobertsonJanuary 7, 2023 at 10:18 am #15497
I can’t comment on the Company’s recordkeeping, but as the Collective Bargaining Unit for SkyWest, SIA has all of our previous contracts. If you would like I can send those to you for you to reference. You would need to provide a personal email address because the contracts will be too large to send through SWOL.
The TA page you included doesn’t mention that flight attendants get a pay increase on Jan 1st and their anniversary (though the majority of flight attendants will). There is a line that talks about when the pay rates will take effect (Jan 1st, in addition to to each Flight Attendants anniversary increase). That means that you read the scale horizontally every Jan 1st and vertically on your anniversary date. To reference the pay scales and the anniversary increases you would need to look at the pay scale. I have attached it below:
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