Please contact Jan Reeves at Unite for general member queries (e.g. change of address, email address): email Jan on- Jan.Reeves@unitetheunion.org
In addition, you can manage your own details directly via the 'My Unite' site or contact your local rep using the online forms on the "BASES" section on our website.
Please when contacting one of us you include your name, base, membership number (if you have it) and what details need to be changed.
Disruption payment is here!!!
As of April 1st your newly negototiated disruption payment deal will be in place, you can read about this by clicking the picture on the left, alternitively you can go on our campaigns & victories page to see this and other victories won by your reps committee.
The rest/breaks campaign has now been on our agenda since August 2013, rather than see any improvement in this area we are continuously hearing reports from some of you that the situation is in fact getting much worse.
We are concerned that you will continue to find it difficult to achieve a break going forward, especially during busy summer schedules.
We will continue to put pressure on Easyjet to find a solution to this problem, more details coming shortly......
Welcome to EZYunite
Did you know, under our facilities agreement with the company each unite rep is released off roster one day every 6 weeks to hold an office day in your local crew room?
Here we can sign you up to the union, talk you through what we are doing as a committee, listen to your concerns and ideas, hand out guides and literature, talk you through your exclusive benefits available to you as a member such as our free legal services and free financial advice, talk you through our website and of course hand out unite pens, stickers and badges.
If you would like to know when an open day is being held in your local crew room please contact one of your local reps and find out when they are being released from flying.
You can contact your local reps by clicking "bases" and selecting your base.
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***ELECTRONIC BALLOTING IS HERE!!!***
Please ensure your contact details are up to date. Changed address? phone number? email address? YOU need to tell us, nobody else will. Ensure you don`t miss out on crucial ballots & surveys. Help us, help you by keeping yourself up to date and active. Changing your details is simple, click "BASES", choose your base and use the form to contact your local rep or email our secretary Desrine directly stating name, base, membership number and what details you wish to be changed Desrine.Dwyer@unitetheunion.org
Welcome to our union website
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To become a member of Unite the Union @ easyJet, you need to complete an Application Form which you can get from your base rep, or fill in the online form.
The union for cabin crew @ easyjet
This year we ALL need to step up and start reporting.
What we have to report on a CSR:
*That we feel pressured by the time and responsibility for training new entrants
*That we feel under pressure to complete training on short sectors when there is no time
*That we do not feel we are correctly trained to deliver appropriate feedback
*When are we reporting this – on EVERY flight with supernumeries where we feel under pressure
Its not just disciplinaries and grievances that your reps can help you with. There are a number of issues that your reps campaign on, and you can find out more details here
To provide feedback on this website please email your communications editor on Michael.Byrne@unitetheunion.org
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Our union is made up of Unite members who work at easyJet as Cabin Crew. Your reps committee is made up of crew members from each base, who have been elected to the committee by the other members in their base.
The committee is an active and progressive group, who are focused and fully involved in every aspect of cabin crew working life, including negotiating on hours, pay and holiday pay, but also campaign to see improvements in all aspects of our working conditions.
Our aim is to strengthen our trade union membership within easyJet, by ensuring our workplace is a fair place to work, protecting the rights of our workers by negotiating better working conditions.