AT&T Mobility

ATT Mobility Workers Mobilize as Bargaining Begins

January 25, 2017. A large and angry group of AT&T Mobility workers picketed outside the corporate store on East 86 Street in Manhattan today, while call center workers picketed outside the Paramus Call Center in New Jersey.

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AT&T Union Workers Plan Protest To Jump Start Talks

By Aaron Pressman, Fortune.com, Jan 24, 2016. AT&T's four-year run of unbroken labor peace will be tested in 2017 amid preparations by the carrier's main union to ramp up the pressure in two ongoing contract negotiations. Some 17,000 workers in AT&T's traditional wired phone business in Nevada and California have been working without a contract since April, while a contract covering another 21,000 employees in the wireless unit is set to expire early next month.

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We Need All Hands on Deck to Win a Fair Contract at AT&T Mobility

Members across the region are mobilizing. CWA Local 1101 Chief Stewards and Stewards at AT&T Mobility are talking with retail employees, call center workers and technicians to make sure we have everyone's updated information. We're also asking members to cast their ballot on strike authorization. Voting yes for strike authorization doesn't mean we'll automatically go on strike, but it gives the union leadership the ability to call a strike if necessary.

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AT&T West Coast workers protest offshoring jobs, claim poor rural call completion

By Sean Buckley, Fierce Telecom, Dec 19. AT&T workers represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) union recently held a protest railing against the telco's move to reduce healthcare benefits and outsource jobs to other countries. The group in CWA's District 9 region in San Diego, California, protested at the intersection of San Diego Mission Road and Interstate 15 on Friday.

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Last Chance To Do CWA Bargaining Survey for ATT Mobility Contract!

Have you done your CWA bargaining survey for the ATT Mobility Orange contract? As you know, our union contract with AT&T Mobility expires February 11, 2017. The Orange Contract covers workers in Districts 1, 2-13, 4 and 7. To prepare for bargaining, CWA put together a bargaining survey to be distributed to all members.

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Bargaining Survey: AT&T Mobility Members, Make Your Voice Heard

As you know, our union contract with AT&T Mobility expires February 11, 2017. The Orange Contract covers workers in Districts 1, 2-13, 4 and 7. To prepare for bargaining, CWA put together a bargaining survey to be distributed to all members.

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Tentative Agreement Reached with AT&T Mobility

From CWA District 1, Aug 3, 2016. Washington, D.C. -- The Communications Workers of America AT&T Mobility National Benefits Bargaining committee has reached a new tentative agreement with AT&T Mobility covering 42,000 workers. This proposed national agreement covers health care and other benefits.

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AT&T Mobility Workers Message to Management: "We Want Change"

CWA members at AT&T Mobility across the East Coast are sending management a clear message: "We want change".  A thousand members signed recently signed a petition to management, demanding that AT&T Mobility: Remove WTR from our pay, Remove the cap on commissions. Reinstate the previous point system for absences.

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AT&T Sees its First Labor Problem in Years with Rejected Contract Proposal

by Aaron Pressman, Fortune Magazine, June 18, 2016. NOTE: CWA Local 1101 represents nearly 2000 workers at AT&T Mobility in NY & NJ. The contract discussed below is the national bargained benefits plan, which is currently negotiated separately from the main collective bargaining agreement, which expires in February 2017.

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Members Vote to Reject AT&T Mobility National Bargained Benefit Plan

The results of the Mobility National Bargained Benefit Plan Agreement ratification vote are official. Members voted to reject the NBBP Agreement, with 55.05% voting no, and 44.95% voting yes. Information about next steps will be put out when it is available. Information about the Agreement that was voted down can still be found on the cwa-union.org/mobility-nbbp web page.  

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