Workers of

AT&T Bargaining Report #10

Your Bargaining Team continues to meet with the Company on a daily basis. As we have stated multiple times, we are engaged in discussions specifically related to each group in the Orange Contract. We also spend a significant amount of time working on the issues that affect everyone equally such as scheduling, medical and compensation. It is with a great deal of frustration that we still remain far apart on most issues. The Company has more than enough money to address the issues at the table, but they are more concerned with lining the pockets of their executives and investors. Nothing we are demanding is unreasonable or excessive, we just want a fair contract that provides a career that allows you to live a healthy life and support your families.


Most disturbingly, the Company continues to offer benefits proposals that could potentially lead to skyrocketing costs and devastating economic situations for people who get sick and need the benefits the most. We have secured a three-week extension so we can continue bargaining. We will keep up the fight as long as it takes! We need you to stay mobilized and stay in touch with your Local for updates and information.



In Solidarity:

Pat Telesco, District 1                                Renee Rouser, Local 4320

Tonya Hodges, District 1                           Danielle Brewer-Collier, Local 4900

Michael Baxter, Local 1101                       Corey Davis, Local 7103

Frank Oliva, Local 1298                            Rosa Wilson, Local 7110

Hannah Long, Local 2204                        Alex Dorado, Local 9421

Jeff Reamer, Local 13000                        Erdem Onder, Local 9509

Julie Daloisio, Local 13500


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