In This Edition
- Tell Management: Fix Crew Access NOW!
- Information that the Company Knows
Tell Management: Fix Crew Access NOW!
Master Executive Council (MEC)
Management continues to disrespect our contractual language by failing to provide a real-time trading system. Let them know that enough is enough! It’s time for management to be accountable, take action to fix Crew Access, and provide a trading system that works for our Flight Attendants!
Your Master Executive Council (MEC) is asking for you to take action by joining the campaign to let management know that the time for excuses is over. Click the link above to send an email message to management letting them know that it’s time for them to take responsibility, honor their agreements, and fix the problems once and for all. Let’s flood management’s inboxes with our messages and let them know that we’re tired of apologies and ready for action!
Information that the Company Knows
Many times, when Grievance Committee Members are representing a Flight Attendant in an investigatory meeting, the Flight Attendant can be shocked to discover the depth of information that is readily accessible to management. We believe it is important for all Flight Attendants to know what kind of information management can uncover usually very easily.
The Company has ready access to the following:
- All non-revenue travel history online and offline via ID90 and myIDTravel
- When non-revenue listings were made
- When non-revenue tickets were purchased
- When and where eligible family members are traveling and when the listings were made
- Who is traveling on guest passes and when, where s/he travels, and when the listings were made
- When and where a Flight Attendant travels on paid revenue tickets on Alaska and other carriers
- All correspondence and email content on alaskaair.com email accounts, including messages that have been deleted
- All stored data and usage history of an inflight mobile device (IMD), including any internet browsing history and apps downloaded
- Location of an IMD (or last known location if powered off), even if not connected to the internet
- All trip posting/trading information from Crew Access
- When a trip is advertised
- When a trip is un-advertised
- All comments and historical comments posted on trip giveaways and trades
- A timed record of all trades and attempted trades
- The location from where a Flight Attendant accesses Alaskasworld.com and/or Crew Access (using the IP address)
- Hotel surveillance camera records and key card room access detail
- Access records, including timestamps, for employee parking lot card readers, company badge readers, KCM barcode scans, and SIDA badge readers
- Surveillance camera records for company buildings, company leased space, employee parking lots, and other airport property
- Public social media accounts
This list may not be comprehensive; there is a possibility of other information the Company could easily discover.
If you have any questions, please contact your Local Grievance Committee.