The Collective Bargaining Agreement, which is currently in effect, may be viewed below. The Collective Bargaining Agreement was ratified by the membership on June 27, 2012, and became amendable on January 27, 2016. For more information about contract negotiations, please visit the contract negotiations page.
In addition to the Collective Bargaining Agreement, a number of additional documents help to clarify and interpret contractual language. These include:
Letters of Agreement (LOAs)
The AFA Constitution & Bylaws grants the Master Executive Council (MEC) the authority to enter into letters of agreement (LOAs) with management to supplement contractual language and provide additional guidance surrounding matters that were either not foresee or could not be anticipated during contract negotiations. LOAs have the full force of contractual language.
Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs)
Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) provide clarification to the intent and interpretation of existing contractual language. They are binding agreements with management and are fully enforceable.
Labor memorandums are guidance issued by the Air Wisconsin Airlines Labor Relations department to other company departments providing direction on how to interpret and apply the Flight Attendant collective bargaining agreement.
Contractual Settlement Agreements
Contractual settlement agreements are used to settle a dispute in the interpretation of the contractual language. Settlement agreements are considered to be an extension of the collective bargaining agreement. Similar to LOAs and MOUs, the MEC has authority to enter into settlement agreements per the AFA Constitution & Bylaws.