Articles tagged “unions”

Airline Weekly

A Bill to Ban Non-U.S. Airlines Flouting Labor Protections Could Get Vote

A Bill to Ban Non-U.S. Airlines Flouting Labor Protections Could Get Vote

Airlines

What a Top Labor Leader for Travel Learned From the Pandemic

The pandemic has taken a toll on the frontline workers at the Transport Workers Union, but action and compassion go a long way. Industry employers need to take note and make adjustments as their frontline workers return.

What a Top Labor Leader for Travel Learned From the Pandemic

Airline Weekly

Southwest’s Threat of Historic Furloughs Already Deepening Divide With Unions

Southwest’s Threat of Historic Furloughs Already Deepening Divide With Unions

Hotels

Airbnb Sets Up Clash With Expedia Over Number of Legal Rentals in San Diego

Room for a compromise seems to have emerged between Expedia, Airbnb, a hotel union, and the city council over short-term rental limitations in San Diego although bad blood looks to exist between Airbnb and Unite Here Local 30. Going it alone with a referendum doesn't seem like a viable stance for Airbnb.

Airbnb Sets Up Clash With Expedia Over Number of Legal Rentals in San Diego

Airlines

The Coming Apocalypse for U.S. Airline Labor

A travel recovery may be starting, but it may not be enough to save thousands of U.S. airline jobs. Unless Congress acts to extend payroll protections, mass layoffs could start on October 1.

The Coming Apocalypse for U.S. Airline Labor

Airlines

American Blames Delay in Adding More Seats to Jets on Union Woes

The airline is going to have to figure out its labor issues soon, because it's starting to affect nearly every aspect of its operations.

American Blames Delay in Adding More Seats to Jets on Union Woes

Airlines

American Airlines Stops Flying to Venezuela

Unions for American's flight crew resisted serving on flights to Venezuela, which is facing political unrest. American's flights were the last available flown by a major U.S. carrier. The move came after the U.S. government issued a safety warning to its citizens in the country. Poor Venezuela.

American Airlines Stops Flying to Venezuela

Airlines

Southwest Calls Flight Disruptions a ‘Deliberate Effort’ by Mechanics

Southwest is frequently held up as an airline that has a great relationship with its employees. Has anyone factored in the airline's mechanics?

Southwest Calls Flight Disruptions a ‘Deliberate Effort’ by Mechanics

Airlines

British Airways Takes Tough Line With Unions Amid Brexit Uncertainty

Britain's flagship carrier is refusing to offer its staff a standard three-year accord. It's proposing only a one-year deal due to uncertainty about Brexit. While unions dislike the move, British Airways does need to manage the risks of the UK's planned exit from the European Union in March.

British Airways Takes Tough Line With Unions Amid Brexit Uncertainty

Airlines

Lufthansa Wants Union Members to Pay for Having Organized on Company Time

Unions, like companies, can be good or bad. The devil's in the details of this dispute, which airlines and unions worldwide will be following closely.

Lufthansa Wants Union Members to Pay for Having Organized on Company Time