United Airlines management did a fast U-turn March 5 after a proposed overhaul of quarterly employee bonuses met with barrage of resistance. United announced to employees March 2 that the company planned to change its company-wide employee bonuses from a quarterly payment (of up to $375) based on the airline meeting operational goals to a quarterly lottery system, in which only employees with a perfect attendance record could participate. Those employees would then stand a chance of winning ...

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