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  • lottopol.geo lottopol.geo Sep 19, 2004 10:58 AM Flag

    And I thought....

    >>>>>>>>>.
    If USAir�s labor does decide to strike (which it would have the right to do if the judge approve Sec. 1113) it would only take one or two days of a work stoppage to put an end to the airline.
    >>>>>>>>>

    With 125,000 recently unemployed airline works it would take a couple of day to find permanent replacements for all of USAir�s labor. Striking is not an option, even for irrational unions now.

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      by: lottopol.geo
      09/19/04 10:58 am
      Msg: 24369 of 24370


      With 125,000 recently unemployed airline works it would take a couple of day to find permanent replacements for all of USAir�s labor. Striking is not an option, even for irrational unions now.
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      HAHA it's takes one to two WEEKS to get just to get an airport ID (in this post 9/11 world). ALL RETURNING EMPLOYES must be re-screened and have backgroung checks re-run.

      One to two days it more then enought to trigger a CH.7, think what ONE to TWO WEEKS would do.

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      With 125,000 recently unemployed airline works it would take a couple of day to find permanent replacements for all of USAir�s labor. Striking is not an option, even for irrational unions now.<<

      Doesn't matter. Still would have to train all from scratch according to U's FAA approved training program.