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MeXC
02-06-2010, 06:53 AM
Thought this was funny...

"This is your official notification that Payroll has keyed your activation to your
new seat. Your new rate will be applied to all flights that occur after the activation
date when the actual flight activity passes to payroll. Therefore, you can view your
recap in VIPS and note that on your 15th pay recap following the month of activation
all pay log activity that occurred after activation is paid out at the higher rate."

After completing IOE I think it should pay a higher rate however.


AFW_MD11
02-06-2010, 01:07 PM
Thought this was funny...

"This is your official notification that Payroll has keyed your activation to your
new seat. Your new rate will be applied to all flights that occur after the activation
date when the actual flight activity passes to payroll. Therefore, you can view your
recap in VIPS and note that on your 15th pay recap following the month of activation
all pay log activity that occurred after activation is paid out at the higher rate."

After completing IOE I think it should pay a higher rate however.

Without a doubt......FedEx 727 SO is the toughest job for the lowest pay on the property!

MD11Fr8Dog
02-06-2010, 03:40 PM
Without a doubt......FedEx 727 SO is the toughest job for the lowest pay on the property!


Only job at the lowest pay!


FR8Hauler
02-06-2010, 04:14 PM
God bless you guys. I hated that job. Hopefully this is a bump in the road and you will get a window seat again soon!

Jumbo Pilot
02-06-2010, 05:05 PM
Wondering if I'll get the "badge of honor" that I hear many people talk about on the crew bus... "I was a boeing engineer for five years!!!.. so you young/junior guys don't have anything to complain about"

Barista
02-06-2010, 05:57 PM
Wondering if I'll get the "badge of honor" that I hear many people talk about on the crew bus... "I was a boeing engineer for five years!!!.. so you young/junior guys don't have anything to complain about"


I sure hope we dont need no stinking badges!

max8222
02-06-2010, 06:44 PM
I have seen some of the old guys wearing the 727 s/o five year badge. I also see them wearing the "I get five extra years as a wide body capt. badge" too!:eek: How's that working out for them?



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