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Old 08-10-2015, 03:59 PM   #1  
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I heard a rumor that Skywest pilots got a raise to either $30.50 an hour or $36.50 an hour? Is it true? Which one is it?


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Yes. $30.00 an hour.
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I heard a rumor that Skywest pilots got a raise to either $30.50 an hour or $36.50 an hour? Is it true? Which one is it?


Please do not refer me to the 15,000 plus page post on Skywest for the answer. Major news stories like these should be broken into their own thread. I don't have hundreds of hours to waste reading every thread, and I hope you don't either.
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It's both, 30$ for now, $36.50 at company discretion without a new TA if they can't find enough people
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It's both, 30$ for now, $36.50 at company discretion without a new TA if they can't find enough people
Nope. On our new deal we signed in, we gave the company the right to negotiate a first year deal directly with SAPA. No longer does a first year increase go out to pilot wide vote. Now all they have to do is just get SAPA to sign off on any increase. And history has proven that a majority of SAPA wants to do what is best for the company, not necessarily the pilots.
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Nope. On our new deal we signed in, we gave the company the right to negotiate a first year deal directly with SAPA. No longer does a first year increase go out to pilot wide vote. Now all they have to do is just get SAPA to sign off on any increase. And history has proven that a majority of SAPA wants to do what is best for the company, not necessarily the pilots.
Mm the way I read it was they can increase to 36.50 without asking.
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Mm the way I read it was they can increase to 36.50 without asking.
They can increase to $36.50 without asking. I'm saying that before first year pay was always part of the TA. In our latest deal, we gave away the right to vote on any first year pay increase. So management can increase to $36.50, but in the past they would have to have the pilots vote if they wanted to go higher. Now they just have to get SAPA to agree, and we know how difficult that will be....
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They can increase to $36.50 without asking. I'm saying that before first year pay was always part of the TA. In our latest deal, we gave away the right to vote on any first year pay increase. So management can increase to $36.50, but in the past they would have to have the pilots vote if they wanted to go higher. Now they just have to get SAPA to agree, and we know how difficult that will be....
Well at some point first year pay will be unable to surpass second year pay, so I think you're safe.
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Well at some point first year pay will be unable to surpass second year pay, so I think you're safe.
First year pay does surpass second year pay and beyond if you assume they raise it to $36.50 and still offer new hires the $7500 bonus. If all options are exercised that would make first year pay pretty close to 8th year top out pay.
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I heard a rumor that Skywest pilots got a raise to either $30.50 an hour or $36.50 an hour? Is it true? Which one is it?


Please do not refer me to the 15,000 plus page post on Skywest for the answer. Major news stories like these should be broken into their own thread. I don't have hundreds of hours to waste reading every thread, and I hope you don't either.
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