458 of 19 May 1986 (. PDF) was probably the most conceding agreement ever negotiated. I say negotiation because, although it was imposed by an arbitrator, it was identical to a negotiated agreement but reasonably rejected by the president. The arbitrator simply imposed the denied agreement. Side letters (. PDF) are also included. 1985 – The UTU national agreement of 15 October 1985 launches the concept of entry quotas (75 to 95% in the first five years). Employee arbitrariness after 1985 was eliminated and reduced deadhead payments were imposed. Several issues in this agreement could not be resolved and were the subject of arbitration proceedings.
A number of agreed questions and answers were also included. 1991 – The BLE participated in a national strike before Congress imposed the agreement. It is generally accepted that this agreement is the end of the “Give Backs”, which had so marked our negotiations in the 1980s. . .