days until our Collective Agreement expires, we are preparing, we are united and we will make change.

CHQ-22-13 – In-charge (SD) Classification – Application of Wage Scale

The union has been advised by the recent group of Service Directors that the company has decided to not pay members who have flowed through from Rouge the appropriate wage rate as per the Collective Agreement.

As per Article 5.06.01 Where a Flight Attendant moves into the In-Charge classification, s/he will be placed in LEVEL I of the Purser wage scale, as applicable with the following exception: EXCEPTION: Flight Attendants with more than five (5) years of completed service will be placed in Level II.

We reached out to Labour Relations on this, and it was confirmed that they will not be changing this new decision, and they maintain that the new service directors from the 2022 class will be not have their 5 years of completed service reflective for the Level II pay.

Please click HERE to see the grievance we have filed.

In Solidarity,

Wesley Lesosky
President, Air Canada Component of CUPE