That is because you must search in the early 1990's for their pay rates. They have only been adjusted once since then, and only for the FO's and it was $1/hr. change.XJETDriver said:I have to same problem trying to look at pay rates. Nothing shows up ??
Yup, pretty much the same. The FOs get $18 an hour now instead of $16 (after 90 days, anyway), and the annual payraise for captains went from $1/hr/yr to $1.20. It stays comfortably behind the inflation rate. Grrr.Fozzy said:Ha that is funny. Basically same scale from 98 (and before).
Last one was in mid-2000, I believe. The end of that year, we started service for Continental, and man, it wasn't pretty. We all had the numbers for "0, 0, and 3200" memorized, for easy weight & balance. We were flying empty airplanes all around New England. It was amazing.When was the last profit share??? I think the last one I saw was in 1999.
LOL, believe it or not, those hourly minimums actually got in the way. As part of being allowed into CLE without a fight, we agreed to hire Continental Express's furloughees until they were recalled, if they wanted to come. Some of the folks only had 500 hours, and thus weren't hired because they didn't meet our minimums. But they were fine for the RJ. Things that make you go hmmm....They should say the minimums are "applicant has pulse".
Don't tease. :uzi:Just wish the owners went to jail.
Truer words were never spoken.Fozzy said:VC is gone. But I bet Joel and Terry are still there making life hell on the people that matter. What a group of misfits.
Believe me, I'm trying! The job prospects have gotten a little better; hopefully something opens up. I hadn't intended this to be a career destination, believe me. (And judging by the payscale, neither did the company... )Well sir, it sounds like you have been there before me and are still in the nightmare. Time to bail!