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    Before Frank sold his soul


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    If after watching that, a Flexjet pilot wants to throw away a CBA and work under a agreement that KR wrote they deserve to be ostracized by the whole aviation community.

    What an Idi0t !

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    Some pilots are slow learners. Then again, there are pilots that will never get it.

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    Arbitration

    yep that’s it

    with no written agreement ain’t even gonna be an arbitration

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    That’s what hundreds of people have learned the hard way from employees, vendors, customers, and business partners “ if you don’ like it sue me”. Can I have another helping of “Culture of Trust”?

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    All the reasons you need to vote IBT Airline Division.

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    It’s a pilot market. Different day different economics. There are three votes, all perfectly viable: vote IBT1108, vote decertify, vote with your feet. There is a bidding war right now for your craft. Take the best deal you can get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squawk View Post
    It’s a pilot market. Different day different economics. There are three votes, all perfectly viable: vote IBT1108, vote decertify, vote with your feet. There is a bidding war right now for your craft. Take the best deal you can get.

    Why do people like you always come up with the vote with your feet defense?

    Maybe I don't feel like throwing away 20 years of a career and seniority simply because one man decided to buy a company.

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    Maybe you should get out more often. You won’t have to look too far to encounter a pilot that has had voluntary career interruptions. Some pilots approach this career with a strategic outlook. Some just sit still and watch the parade go by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOMOMOJO View Post
    Why do people like you always come up with the vote with your feet defense?

    Maybe I don't feel like throwing away 20 years of a career and seniority simply because one man decided to buy a company.
    Correct me if wrong, but cannot the same 20 years be “thrown away” by a pink slip because someone doesn’t like you or the way you act, smell, etc without some sort of protection?
    Put your trust in the Lord. Your ass belongs to me. Welcome to Shawshank.

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