System Board Results

 

CWA LOCAL 3645

Date: June 29, 2020   TO: CWA Local 3645 Members

From:  CWA Local 3645   Subject: System Board Hearings   

                                                                    

On June 20, 2020 CWA Local 3645 held System Board of Appeal in CLT.  

An agent from CLT was appealing a level 1 for work performance due to the agent not being able to get a radio before providing lavatory service. Agent stated that they were told to service aircraft without radio by manager. Additionally, manager provided with a radio when one became available. After review of all the facts the board determined radios were not available for agent because of shift change. Also, company did not prove agent was not following managers orders. The level 1 was reduced to a coaching. 

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a level 2 for work performance for using their phone on the tarmac. Agent stated they used their phone after not be able to contact manager two times to inform them of a faulty tug they were driving. Agent also had statements from other agents stating they could use their phones if not able to contact manger by radio in addition to what number to call. After considering all the facts Union determined the use of the phone was reasonable due to the safety hazard and risk of injury to agent and coworkers. The Company disagreed and felt agent company was lenient because not wearing a seat belt is an automatic level 3. Due to the board not agreeing the board deadlocked. This case was forwarded to the CWA national staff representative for consideration for arbitration.

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a level 3 for work performance due to not acknowledging an aircraft assignment and not meeting an inbound aircraft ten minutes prior.  The agent stated they did not get a flight assignment via rove and did not receive a paper with flights to work. Agent also stated when they did receive a flight they had to wait for a tug. After considering all the facts the Union did not feel the company proved their case. The company felt the company did. and the Union board members did not agree. Due to the board not agreeing the board deadlocked. This case was forwarded to the CWA national staff representative for consideration for arbitration. arbitration.

 

An agent from ILM was appealing a termination based on multiple SIDA badge violations. The Company stated agent had been trained on these safety items multiple times. The Union argued that the agent could still work in the non SIDA badge area but the Company stated that information was false. All areas had to have SIDA privileges.  The Board ruled to uphold the termination.

 

A CSA from CLT was grieving a level 3 performance for zero tolerance violation. The Company stated the agent cursed and the agent said they did not curse. After a review of the facts, the Company did not meet their burden of proof and the Level 3 was overturned.

 

A ramp agent from CLT was appealing a level 1 performance for not checking out with their manager before leaving. The Company stated the agent left early and a flight had to be assigned to another agent. Agent said they asked permission to leave and the reports manager approved them to go. After reviewing the facts, the Company’s step one grievance notes showed a time difference in when the manager said they didn’t approve the agent to go. The corrective said the agent left at 14:30 without permission and the investigation notes from management said that the manager didn’t approve the agent to leave at 22:00. The two different times showed that the Company couldn’t prove the claim that the agent did in fact leave without permission on the day in question. The Board ruled to overturn the level 1.

 

A ramp agent from CLT was grieving a level 3 performance for going to lunch without the managers permission. The agent stated they did get the managers permission because the agent wasn’t feeling good. After reviewing the facts, the Company did not prove the agent left without permission. The Board ruled to overturn the level 3 final.

In Solidarity,

Anthony Barden - President,

Darryle Williams PhD - Executive Vice President

Donielle Prophete  - Vice President

Shaquelle Baker - Secretary /Treasurer  CWA Local 3645 

 

CWA LOCAL 3645

Date: June 16, 2020   TO: CWA Local 3645 Members

From:  CWA Local 3645   Subject: System Board Hearings   

                                                                    

On June 10th, 2020 CWA Local 3645 held System Board of Appeal in CLT.  

An agent from ILM was appealing a termination for dependability while on an OJI. The company did not prove agents new schedule with restrictions was documented and communicated to agent. The company also failed to thoroughly investigate prior to terminating agent. After reviewing all the evidence presented the board ruled that termination was not justified. The termination was overturned, and agent got their job back with back pay.

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a level 3 for violating the company’s Zero Tolerance policy in the breakroom. The company produced multiple statements from agents collaborating that agent did violate Zero Tolerance policy in the breakroom. Agent failed to attend, and union presented in agents’ absence. After reviewing all the facts, the board ruled the Level 3 was justified.

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a level 3 for work performance. The company presented multiple documents including agents schedule, detailed flight information and agents bag scans. Agent failed to attend, and union presented in agent’s absence. After reviewing all the facts, the board ruled Level 3 was justified.

 

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a level 3 for work performance. Agent failed to yield to airplane. The company presented multiple documents including briefing, tower report from the Captain identifying agent as cutting his aircraft off. After reviewing all the facts, the board ruled Level 3 was justified. Please note Aircrafts always have the right of way.

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a level 3 for work performance. After reviewing all the facts, the board determined there was no progression of discipline. The level 3 that agent was appealing was a repeat level 3. Level 3 upheld.

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a Level 1 for work performance. After reviewing all the facts, the board determined that the company did not present evidence that showed the Level 1 was justified.  The Level 1 was reduced to a coaching.

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a Level 3 for work performance. The company admitted that they could not prove agent worked the flight in question.After reviewing all the facts, the board determined that the company did not present evidence that showed the Level 3 was justified.  The Level 3 was removed.

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a level 1 for work performance. After reviewing all the facts, the board could not agree, and the board ended in a deadlock. This case will be sent to the CWA District 3 Staff Rep for review for arbitration.

In Solidarity,

Anthony Barden - President,

Darryle Williams PhD - Executive Vice President

Donielle Prophete  - Vice President

Shaquelle Baker - Secretary /Treasurer CWA Local 3645 

CWA LOCAL 3645

Date: April 22, 2020   TO: CWA Local 3645 Members

From:  CWA Local 3645   Subject: System Board Hearings   

                                                                  

On April 22nd, 2020 CWA Local 3645 held System Board of Appeal in CLT.  

An agent from HHH was appealing a termination for Violating company Travel privileges.  The Company accused the agent of using their travel benefits to fly to another business in which he owned in addition to manipulating a reservation while at work. The company provided testimony and extensive documentation from Corporate security.  After reviewing all the facts, the board ruled the company proved the reason for termination was justified. The termination upheld.

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a level 1 for causing damage to a Tron by hitting it with a jet bridge. The testimony and evidence presented showed the agent did not follow protocol prior to moving the jet bridge which included looking out the window prior to moving jet bridge. If vision was obstructed and a clear path to the aircraft could not be determined, then jet bridge should not have moved. A manager should have been called. After reviewing all the facts, the board ruled that The level 1 was justified. The level 1 was upheld.

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a level 3 for not obeying a stop sign and turning directly into the path of an aircraft that was taxing. As a result the taxing aircraft had to make an emergency stop to avoid hitting the tug.  After reviewing all the facts, the board determined that the Level 3 was justified. The level 3 was upheld.

In Solidarity,

Anthony Barden - President,

Darryle Williams PhD - Executive Vice President

Donielle Prophete  - Vice President

Shaquelle Baker - Secretary /Treasurer  CWA Local 3645 

CWA LOCAL 3645

Date: April 8, 2020   TO: CWA Local 3645 Members

From:  CWA Local 3645   Subject: System Board Hearings   

                                                                    

On April 8  2020 CWA Local 3645 held System Board of Appeal in CLT.  

An agent from CLT was appealing a termination for falsifying Doctors notes. The agent admitted to falsifying their doctor’s notes. After reviewing all the facts, the Board determined the company presented enough evidence to justify termination.

Termination was upheld.

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a termination for falsifying Doctors notes. . After reviewing all the facts, the Board determined the company presented enough evidence to justify termination.

Termination was upheld

 

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a termination for falsifying a doctor’s note. The board determined that the Company did not terminate the agent in a timely manner. The termination was overturned and agent will return to work with back pay.

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a Coaching for work performance for leaving work area during a mando. After reviewing all the facts, the board determined the agent was aware there was irregular operations and did not follow the policy and procedures for checking out at the end of their shift. Coaching was justified.

 

An agent from CLT was appealing a Coaching for work performance for leaving work area during a mando. After reviewing all the facts, the board determined the agent was aware there was irregular operations and did not follow the policy and procedures for checking out at the end of their shift. Coaching was justified.

In Solidarity,

Anthony Barden - President,

Darryle Williams PhD - Executive Vice President

Donielle Prophete  - Vice President

Shaquelle Baker - Secretary /Treasurer  CWA Local 3645