Lawmakers are urging the Secretary of the U.S. Treasury, Steven Mnuchin, to block U.S. airways from laying off workers or chopping pay out just after they obtained help to protect payroll under the CARES Act.
Below the laws, intended to decrease financial trauma brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, airways obtained grants and loans from a $25 billion assist offer with the issue that they not make cuts to their workforce or decrease the charge of pay out or advantages of workers by September thirty.
Delta, JetBlue, and United Airways have all either started chopping worker schedules or announced programs to do so. On Wednesday, United asked workers to volunteer to decrease their schedules just after the Worldwide Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, which represents some 27,000 United personnel, sued United in federal court in New York.
“In light of Congress’ obvious intent, we are troubled by various air