- Address Change
- Payroll Code – WASH
- Atlanta Vacancy Bid
- Remember to Check In
- Diversity Training LMS
It is the Flight Attendant’s responsibility to ensure that you have provided Endeavor Air Human Resources and AFA your most current address. This is especially important if you have been out on a medical leave or any extended period of time. Should the company send a meeting request to an old address, you are still responsible for attending the meeting.
If you are not sure what address is on file, change your address with Endeavor Air by going to the HR page on the Endeavor Intranet. Scroll to the bottom and click on Self Service. Change your address there.
If you are not sure if AFA has your most current address, you can change your address by going to afacwa.org. Go to the Departments tab and select Membership Services. Scroll down and click on the link to change your address.
Remember it is your responsibility to make sure that Endeavor Air and AFA has your correct/current address.
Payroll Code – WASH
We have received some questions about a new code that is showing up on Flight Attendant pay stubs. The code is WASH. This code will appear if you have redeemed any points on the Endeavor Elite program or won a vacation. This code appears in the deductions portion. It adds the amount of the prize, taxes it at your normal rate and then deducts it because you have already received the amount of the prize. If you have any questions, please contact your Local Officers.
Atlanta Vacancy Bid
On May 10, 2017 Flight Attendant Permanent Bid 17–03 was released. This bid adds 20 Flight Attendant positions in ATL. Please remember that if you have changed your mind about your preference, you should go in and update your bid. If you don’t remember your last bid preferences, go in and rebid for your current base if that is what you would like. It is a good idea to ensure your permanent bid is up to date and accurate. The Bid closes on May 17, 2017 at 1200 CT. If you have any questions, please contact your Local Officers.
Remember to Check In
Your MEC Officers met with management on Wednesday and they expressed some concern about Flight Attendants not checking in for assignments. All Flight Attendants must check in prior to report time. We wanted to review the procedure for checking in for any assignment.
Check in Procedures:
- Line Holders – Line Holders must check in via Crew Voice, Crew Trac or calling Crew Scheduling. This must be done up to 4 hours prior to report time.
- Reserves – Once notified of an assignment, you MUST check in up to 4 hours prior to report time. If you are notified of an assignment within this 4 hour time frame, ensure that you ask Crew Scheduling to check you in. If you are assigned Airport Ready Reserve you must ALSO check in via a company computer once you arrive for your Airport Ready Reserve assignment.
Diversity Training LMS
Read and Sign Memo 17-073 was released that requires Diversity Training. This LMS is mandatory and needs to be completed by June 5, 2017. The training shouldn’t take more than 40 minutes and you will be paid for 20 mins. If you have any questions, please refer to the memo.