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Comparison of Current Contract and 11/5/13 Company Proposal

Comparison of Current Contract and 11/5/13 Company Proposal

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Comparison of Current Contract and 11/5/13 Company Proposal

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  1. Comparison of Current Contract and 11/5/13 Company Proposal

  2. Conclusions • Overall company’s proposal for the initial year costs approximately the same as current contract • Increases in pay from extended longevity and higher license pay is largely offset from savings from changes in welfare plans, and further offset by other changes in existing contracts e.g. recall / more flexible labor utilization / shift restrictions • Going forward medical trend will erode the modest pay increases

  3. Methodology • The analysis compares the overall compensation package • Starts with the pay rates • Subtracts average welfare premiums currently by subgroup and proposed for the group as a whole • Adds costs for retiree medical programs by subgroup (no retiree medical under proposal) • Adds company pension costs for UAL 401(k), CARP + Continental match, and proposed pension • Adds difference in cost of current 15% profit sharing and proposed 3% profit sharing to subgroups (United costing) • Adds cost of other concessions to subgroups (United costing)

  4. Comments • Analysis looks at averages, results for individuals could be markedly different, e.g. Sub United medical costs today are $0 for 2/3rd of the subgroup and will be several hundred dollars per month under company’s proposal • Some more targeted examples follow

  5. United – 12 year S-UA Employee

  6. United – 20 year S-UA Employee

  7. United – 20 year S-UA SFO Employee

  8. United – 20 year S-CO Employee

  9. United – 12 year S-CO Employee