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AT&T Mobility BArgaining Report #46
Posted On: Jun 30, 2017

CWA / AT&T 2017 “Orange” Contract Bargaining

June 2, 2017 – Bargaining Report #46

The Company has not offered any new proposals since the strike. While we are happy

to receive some of the data we requested, the Company continues to insist on

concessions and offers nothing to get us closer to an agreement. The Union has our

demands on the table and we will not back down.

Currently, CWA has filed National Labor Relations Board charges against AT&T

regarding: 1. the Company's refusal to provide information relevant to bargaining 2. the

Company's refusal to bargain regarding the commission plan 3. threats made by

management regarding pointing strikers for attendance 4. surveying workers regarding

terms and conditions of bargaining and 5. unilateral change of terms and conditions of

bargaining (scheduling in ATS centers).

Along with the NLRB charges, the Union is currently investigating the following

situations: changes in schedules for part timers; changes in the goals under the

commission plans; soliciting employees to resign from the Union; and threats and

retaliation following the strike. Each District will be filing charges associated with the

above as needed. We know that this can be a long and frustrating process, but we are

committed to fighting as long as it takes to get a fair contract. We need mobilization to

continue, please stay in touch with your Local for upcoming mobilization activities.

When we fight, we WIN!

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101 Glen Skeen, Local 4320

Frank Oliva, Local 1298 Debbie Goulet, Local 7803

Deb Casey, Local 2204 Hector Capote, Local 7250

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000 Brandon Beck, Local 9511

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500 Joe Sison, Local 9412

Holly Sorey, Local 4202 Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair

Tonya Moore, D1


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