Including Worker’s Compensation, Maternity, FMLA, and Leaves of Absence
Who Do I Contact?
For assistance, contact any member of your Local Benefits Committee. You can find a list of Committee Members on your Local Council Committees page. For your convenience, a list of Committee Chairs and links to the Local Committee lists are below.
- AS Benefits Website AS Log-In
- F/A Benefits Handbook AS Log-In
- National Group Protection (Supplemental Benefits)
This message is for pre-merger Alaska Airlines Flight Attendants Siblings are now included under the definition of family members for sick leave purposes. Under the Washington Paid Sick Leave Law (RCW 49.46.210) enacted in January 1, 2018, one of the many changes is adding an employee’s sibling under the definition of family members for whom […]
AFA alerted management in early January about a new paid sick leave law in effect January 1, 2018. The law is encompassed in I-1433, RCW 49.46, and WAC 296-128. Management did not respond to us with their position until yesterday at which time they advised their lobbying group, Airlines for America (A4A), filed suit against […]
This message is for pre-merger Alaska Airlines Flight Attendants Last September, AFA published information about management granting our grievance #36-99-2-24-17 (Violation of Section 15.M.1.a & 2.a, Failure to Allow Minimum Coordination While on Maternity Leave) and grievance #36-99-2-25-17 (Failure to Allow Minimum and/or Maximum Coordination While on Maternity Leave). Grievance #36-99-2-24-17 applies to the time period […]
This message is for pre-merger Alaska Flight Attendants Annual Enrollment is the time to review your benefits and make changes if desired for the upcoming plan year. Annual enrollment began today (10/23/17) and ends 11/13/17. Optional ADD, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability may be selected during Open Enrollment, to take effect 01/01/2018. A few […]
This message is for pre-merger Alaska Flight Attendants Last month, management granted our grievance #36-99-2-24-17 (Violation of Section 15.M.1.a & 2.a, Failure to Allow Minimum Coordination While on Maternity Leave). Information about the grievance was published on August 7. The grievance applies to the time period of 6/8 weeks post-birth to the 120th day post-birth. It […]