June pay raise?

Mike Kilo

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Is there locality charts listed anywhere? Haven’t been able to find them but I remember seeing them somewhere. Also anyone know the pay raise in June that was approved? I heard it was 4% but that sounds too high.
June is contractual and 1.6% until we negotiate a new contract that actually includes increased raise. You are thinking the January pay raise and there are always big numbers thrown around that rarely stick. We’ll just have to wait and see on the January raise.

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FightingIrish2012

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As was said June is always 1.6%, the proposed raise in the 2023 Biden budget for January is 4.6% plus a average of a .5% in locality. So a total of 5.1% (but still a pay cut of 4.1% based on current inflation rates).

We are so lucky NATCA locked us into that 1.6% raise for four more years even though we have the most labor friendly administration ever and there are billions left in the DOT of COVID relief money which the agency has not yet designed for spending and is apparently more money then they know what to do with.
 

HaZarDouZ

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June is contractual and 1.6% until we negotiate a new contract that actually includes increased raise. You are thinking the January pay raise and there are always big numbers thrown around that rarely stick. We’ll just have to wait and see on the January raise.

Pay tables are located here:

Hey thanks for the quick response. I actually realized the charts were posted I finally found them which I why I changed my original message. Thank you though.
 

32andBelow

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As was said June is always 1.6%, the proposed raise in the 2023 Biden budget for January is 4.6% plus a average of a .5% in locality. So a total of 5.1% (but still a pay cut of 4.1% based on current inflation rates).

We are so lucky NATCA locked us into that 1.6% raise for four more years even though we have the most labor friendly administration ever and there are billions left in the DOT of COVID relief money which the agency has not yet designed for spending and is apparently more money then they know what to do with.
The dumbest move of all time was extending that contract. Paul and Trish couldn’t handle the new guy getting his name on a huge raise
 

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As was said June is always 1.6%, the proposed raise in the 2023 Biden budget for January is 4.6% plus a average of a .5% in locality. So a total of 5.1% (but still a pay cut of 4.1% based on current inflation rates).

We are so lucky NATCA locked us into that 1.6% raise for four more years even though we have the most labor friendly administration ever and there are billions left in the DOT of COVID relief money which the agency has not yet designed for spending and is apparently more money then they know what to do with.
The Biden 4.6% proposal includes an average of 0.5% locality. So 4.1% base and an avg of 0.5% locality.

It's pretty promising that these figures came straight from the White House this early in the year. I don't see Congress lowering the proposal or approving higher. There's always some rogue politicians arguing for more but it won't happen in my opinion.

The way these raises are proposed are actually based on the previous years inflationary data. Now that we're seeing record high inflation, perhaps a record high raise is due in 2024? Just call it 30% so we can get equal with the private sector and I'll be happy.
 

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The Biden 4.6% proposal includes an average of 0.5% locality. So 4.1% base and an avg of 0.5% locality.

It's pretty promising that these figures came straight from the White House this early in the year. I don't see Congress lowering the proposal or approving higher. There's always some rogue politicians arguing for more but it won't happen in my opinion.

The way these raises are proposed are actually based on the previous years inflationary data. Now that we're seeing record high inflation, perhaps a record high raise is due in 2024? Just call it 30% so we can get equal with the private sector and I'll be happy.
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Smitty

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As was said June is always 1.6%, the proposed raise in the 2023 Biden budget for January is 4.6% plus a average of a .5% in locality. So a total of 5.1% (but still a pay cut of 4.1% based on current inflation rates).

Didnt u get the latest memo? Its the #PUTINPRICEHIKE

4..6%? PShh, used car prices are up 15% in the past year alone. The fatcats in the CIP Bourgeoisie are aren't as affected as the rest of the plebeians. Maybe next quarter you will be picked up for one of their facilities in the NCEPT Hunger Games. Until then youll own nothing and be happy



I heard the entire NATCA war room is in crisis mode, and they're dressing like Volodymyr at NEB meetings in solidarity!



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FightingIrish2012

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Pretty sure the new guy is controlled by the old guy
I don't know about that, maybe the old guy said peace out I'm starting a consulting firm, don't call me, and that's why NATCA seems so different now. But the biggest fuck ups regarding the contract extension and training happen when the new guy was President elect but the old guy was still in charge. So it's hard to tell what happen.
 

Robert_Boucher

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Neither probably really cared one way or the other about an extension or negotiation. One was getting a nice thank you via Go Fund Me and the other is making an extra $200k+ being the President.

Don't get me wrong I'm pro union but why are there NATCA paychecks so big? I understand needing travel allowance stipends etc but $300k is ridiculous.



The Senior social media Assc. Makes $126k to post this beauty. #NeverForget.
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CaptainObvious

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Neither probably really cared one way or the other about an extension or negotiation. One was getting a nice thank you via Go Fund Me and the other is making an extra $200k+ being the President.

Don't get me wrong I'm pro union but why are there NATCA paychecks so big? I understand needing travel allowance stipends etc but $300k is ridiculous.



The Senior social media Assc. Makes $126k to post this beauty. #NeverForget.
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Funnily enough, that same position payed half of that 2 years prior to that data. Can I get a 100% raise?

Dean Iacopelli went from $67k as chief of staff in 2018 to $227k as chief of staff in 2019. How did that happen?
 

Electricfence

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Neither probably really cared one way or the other about an extension or negotiation. One was getting a nice thank you via Go Fund Me and the other is making an extra $200k+ being the President.

Don't get me wrong I'm pro union but why are there NATCA paychecks so big? I understand needing travel allowance stipends etc but $300k is ridiculous.



The Senior social media Assc. Makes $126k to post this beauty. #NeverForget.
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You make 200k at your dark hole of a center to work 4 hours a day or less. They at least work the full 8.

Edit: so many thumbs down. What would you all do if you had to work more than your 4 hours? Bitch and complain.
 
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Funnily enough, that same position payed half of that 2 years prior to that data. Can I get a 100% raise?

Dean Iacopelli went from $67k as chief of staff in 2018 to $227k as chief of staff in 2019. How did that happen?
You're 100% right on. Dean is behind NCEPT and the ridiculous contract extension. How is our union money being used to pay him more than any controller in the NAS? He's a destructive force at this point. He's was great for N90, but has been a disaster for the broader union.
 

Horno

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You're 100% right on. Dean is behind NCEPT and the ridiculous contract extension. How is our union money being used to pay him more than any controller in the NAS? He's a destructive force at this point. He's was great for N90, but has been a disaster for the broader union.
What did he do for/at N90?
 
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