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If you have applied for CSLOA or VEOP, please check your company email immediately. The company has informed CWA that many members have not checked their company email, or the company's messages to members' email accounts are bouncing back. Approvals and denials of CSLOA and VEOP are being sent to applicants via company email, so check your company email account as soon as possible if you are awaiting a response.
Generally, if you take a leave or a reduction in hours as a result of the current economic downturn, you will be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits. These benefits vary by state. There's a new Q and A available with updated information about these benefits.
The AFL-CIO has produced a valuable, searchable tool for finding resources, benefits, and information for workers affected by the COVID-19 crisis. This includes details about unemployment benefits in each state. We're sharing that and other new resources with members.
On Monday, May 11, 2015, we submitted CWA authorization cards to the National Mediation Board (NMB). The NMB is the government agency that runs union elections in the airline industry. After they verify that a majority of agents signed cards, they’ll schedule an election. Stay tuned for more details in weeks to come.
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February 7 - 8, Envoy employees from across the country came together in Chicago to plan how to move our campaign forward, share information, and learn more about how a union would help us make the improvements we need. We were joined by flight attendants from Envoy, agents from Piedmont and US Airways, and CWA organizers who are working to support our campaign.