Posted on: 09 September 2010 by Mark Howells
Jazz Air has announced a tentative labour contract with its crew schedulers represented by the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW), details of which will not be released until the deal is ratified.
The CAW represents approximately 33 crew schedulers employed at Jazz.
"I commend the CAW leadership and Jazz management teams involved in the process for their hard work and professionalism," remarked Joe Randell, president and CEO of Jazz.
Jazz’s dispatchers ratified their collective agreement on 27 March 2010. The airline’s technical services (maintenance and engineering) division ratified its agreement on 12 September 2009, and the airline’s customer services and aircraft services divisions ratified their agreement on 16 December 2009. Jazz’s pilots and flight attendants ratified their collective agreements on 9 July and 16 July 2010 respectively.