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AA senior vs junior working

AA senior vs junior working

  1. Anonymous

    Your article about the AA crew and senior getting the month off with pay and making junior work. AAs crew IT is old but has the ability to create a cap. Take the total hours of crew flying available at a base. Divide by the available number of crew and that creates a cap. So if divided it gives every crew member 20,30,40 or 50 hours .. what ever the cap is set at. The best way to insure workers work and does not disadvantage anyone. Should someone want extra time . Pick it up when available . A count for reserve worker staffing can be included in that cap. Just some info for you and your readers . Keep writing .. thanks

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