Leadership chose not to extend the pay scale at the end of the 2012 compensation review. They gave extra Blue Bucks instead. How is that working out for JetBlue’s most senior Inflight Crewmembers? Let’s have a look…
The reality is Blue Bucks do not make up for how severely below average our top rate is.
The reality is our top base rate is $8.23 below the industry average! But don’t worry! Now you can “Power-Up” and fly the equivalent of two flight attendants to make up for your below average pay.
What will happen at the end of the next compensation review? Will we remain below average? Will Leadership come up with some other creative ways to compensate us and then claim our pay scale is competitive?
The reality is at JetBlue…the shareholders come first, customers second and crewmembers last.
The reality is THE DIRECT RELATIONSHIP HAS LEFT US AT THE BOTTOM OF THE INDUSTRY!
Not that senior yet? Don’t worry you’re below average too! If you haven’t “topped” out yet and have 5 or more years of service with JetBlue your base rate is $5+ below the industry average. That’s the truth! That is fact.
If Inflight Leadership and/or the Inflight Frontline Compensation Advisory Team (IFCAT) can prove the above as false, untrue or inaccurate…please by all means do so.
JetBlue Inflight Crewmembers are over the Direct One Sided Relationship that continues to leave us behind our peers, not just in compensation but in so many areas.
The reality is WE NEED A UNION. If you agree then HELP GET CARDS!