Monday, October 19, 2015

We have another question!

The latest report from the Inspector General has determined that too much emphasis is placed on "reducing passenger wait times", rather than providing quality security.  In response to these findings, TSA Administrator Peter Neffenger stated, during a recent visit to San Francisco International Airport, that the main directive of the workforce will shift from efficiency to effectiveness.

Our question is this:  Why has Covenant Management completely disregarded these instructions and persisted in focusing on "security efficiency"?

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Over the years, the Covenant Aviation management team has shown us their true colors.


They have shown us that they purportedly value integrity, but display none themselves. 

They have shown us their capacity to deny accountability by pointing the finger of blame at someone else, instead of looking inward. 

They have consistently shown us the value they place on profit, regardless of employee satisfaction or quality of product.

They have shown us their lack of appreciation and respect for the workforce that allowed them to extend their contract by a full decade. 

They have shown us their willingness to disregard the complaints of the workforce by turning a blind eye and a deaf ear.

They have shown us their true colors, and it is not a pretty picture. 

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

We have a question!

Why was the copy of the latest signed CBA, that was sent to the TSA, so heavily redacted?

Just what doesn't CAS want the TSA to know?

We will supply an non-redacted copy to the TSA if we are contacted.

Let's get to the bottom of this subterfuge!

Thursday, September 24, 2015

What a surprise....another backroom deal between Covenant Aviation and SEIU.

Covenant and SEIU have joined forces once again to stick it to the employees!

Information that we have received, that was dated 9/17/15, disclosed a cozy and convenient arrangement.  SEIU wants to guarantee that they are the union that will represent the workforce, whether Covenant retains the contract or not. So, what does Covenant get in return? How about the political clout of SEIU?

And why has the union asked for -- and been granted by Covenant -- access to the last four digits of our social security numbers? This information is "personally identifiable information." Is this even legal? What gives Covenant the right to make that decision?

We have submitted this information to the appropriate parties for review.