Labor has made a commitment to working with management while U.S. airlines tangle with myriad problems related to the downturn, war and terrorism, but unions are keeping a close watch on developing trends that could potentially alter cooperative working relationships. Recent agreements reflect concessions from labor in wages and work rules, and replaced the pattern-style bargaining that took hold for much of the 1990s. Under the pattern system, contracts called for steady, almost ...

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