Friday , 20 October 2017

AT&T Bargaining Bulletin #79, May 11, 2017

Local 9421 AT&T West, Mobility and DIRECTV Members at AT&T Store for District 9 Day of Action The Union and the Company met on May 8, 2017 to discuss a proposal that the Company presented to the Union.  The proposal showed some movement on the Company’s behalf, but there is still more movement needed to get to an Agreement. The ... Read More »

CWA Mobilization Bulletin #11 – April 20, 2017

DISTRICT 9 AT&T WEST BARGAINING CWA Mobilization Bulletin #11 April 20, 2017 AT&T’s shameless strategy to deny us fair wages and benefits is backfiring. A large investment advisory firm, whose clients hold millions of AT&T shares, recently sent AT&T’s leadership a letter that essentially demanded they stop playing games with us. The firm correctly pointed out that it’s not in ... Read More »

District 9 West- Grievance Strike is Over!!

We showed a great strength of solidarity. District 9 mobilized over night and were all out by 6am the following day hitting the picket lines. In addition to the signed agreement, there will be a roll out with the Premise Techs. and Local Management and the Union. The goal is to have the meetings on the “Friday Huddle” meetings. The Home ... Read More »

CWA/AT&T Bargaining Bulletin #71

Today AT&T released its fourth quarter earnings in a call with analysts and investors. AT&T reported revenues of $41.8 billion for the last quarter of 2016. That means in 2016, AT&T’s revenues totaled $163.8 billion, up 11.6% compared to last year. In advance of the announcement, Fortune magazine wrote about our contract and workers’ fight for good jobs: According to ... Read More »

CWA/AT&T Bargaining Update #70

DISTRICT 9 AT&T WEST BARGAINING CWA/ AT&T Bargaining Bulletin # 70 January 16, 2017 CWA Local 9511 Activists Picketing an AT&T Mobility Location On Friday, January 13, 2017, an AT&T Local Presidents meeting was led by CWA District 9 Vice President Tom Runnion to discuss the status of AT&T bargaining, AT&T Mobility and DirecTV bargaining. CWA National President Chris Shelton ... Read More »

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