We all know that the cost of everything is going up and we think our wages should increase too. The fact is, unionized flight attendants can bargain better wages than their non-union counterparts doing the same work.
We have heard from many of you that you’re scraping by and sometimes working two jobs. It doesn’t have to be that way, and by working together, Encore flight attendants can make better wages their priority.
There isn’t any magic to it. Standing together in a union gets results. Have a look at what other flight attendants represented by CUPE have negotiated, and see for yourself:
Air Canada Mainline: 2018 rate with a published increase every year until 2024
Rouge: 2018 rate with a published increase every year until 2024
(When Rouge flows to mainline they flow at the closest Mainline pay rate)
Air Transat: 2018 rate with a published increase every year until 2020
Encore: 2018 rate with a published increase every year until 2022
(When Encore flows to mainline they flow at the closet Mainline pay rate)
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For more areas of comparison between WestJet flight attendants and unionized flight attendants you can check out this comparison chart from the WestJet Mainline drive. It’s full of eye-opening differences that having a union can make.