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Old 07-31-2020, 03:53 PM   #131  
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Like when the kid borrows my truck.... No news is good news.

what news you looking for??
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what news you looking for??
WARN notice.
Perhaps Iím the dumd*** and missed something.
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No warn notices... based off of the Q earnings call i wouldnít expect anything tell next year..
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No warn notices... based off of the Q earnings call i wouldnít expect anything tell next year..
SkyWest will probably adjust their cost structure and gut up the PPM to work in the companies favor. That would probably mean concessions and downgrades and maybe even base closures before they start to furlough.
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WARN notice.
Perhaps Iím the dumd*** and missed something.
If you're looking for official, company news, I'd recommend calling in to the weekly SAPA calls and being active on that forum rather than coming to APC for regurgitated, speculative nonsense
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As a trainee I figured I was done. Generally assumed CARES payroll protection until Oct was the reason I was still with you guys.

Hope springs eternal.
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As a trainee I figured I was done. Generally assumed CARES payroll protection until Oct was the reason I was still with you guys.

Hope springs eternal.
It is a valid question as a trainee, especially.
While I donít have any answers, I donít think you and the rest of the trainees do not need a WARN notice unfortunately. They wouldnít need to give you 60 days unless you are lumped in with a mass lay-off totaling more than 500. I donít think we have 500 in training. As a trainee I donít know if you are even afforded the 30 days notice required by the PPM.
But as always, hoping for the best.
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It is a valid question as a trainee, especially.
While I donít have any answers, I donít think you and the rest of the trainees do not need a WARN notice unfortunately. They wouldnít need to give you 60 days unless you are lumped in with a mass lay-off totaling more than 500. I donít think we have 500 in training. As a trainee I donít know if you are even afforded the 30 days notice required by the PPM.
But as always, hoping for the best.
My understanding is that trainees are receiving not much, but some pay and benefits. If thatís the case and they are on the payroll I would assume they would require a formal WARN notice given itís a legal requirement. Iím not 100% sure though. I do think that OO wonít furlough trainees unless they decide to furlough a portion of the pilot group. Keeping trainees on reduced pay hardly costs the company money in the grand scheme of things.
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My understanding is that trainees are receiving not much, but some pay and benefits. If thatís the case and they are on the payroll I would assume they would require a formal WARN notice given itís a legal requirement. Iím not 100% sure though. I do think that OO wonít furlough trainees unless they decide to furlough a portion of the pilot group. Keeping trainees on reduced pay hardly costs the company money in the grand scheme of things.
I searched the cares act law and couldnít find any part requiring 60 days or a WARN notice for all if we took the bail out or tied to CARES. I could be wrong here, but I think the WARN act, that was rammed into law through Ronald Reaganís admin veto in 1988 applies. If it applies on its own accord then <500 or <1/3 of the work force (whichever is less) may be laid off without a 60 day (WARN) notice. The penalty I believe for not complying is simply those affected by noncompliance are to continue receiving a paycheck for 60 days.

I could have missed something in my search of the CARES Act. The other thing I found about the WARN law is that it is not to be used as flippantly as we all here assumed all airlines were going to send them out to cya.

That said I do think they will employ WARN notices if they do furlough, I was simply bringing up that I donít think they must issue WARN notices if they comply with the WARN Law.
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SkyWest will probably adjust their cost structure and gut up the PPM to work in the companies favor. That would probably mean concessions and downgrades and maybe even base closures before they start to furlough.
Domino?? Is that you?
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