Communications Workers of America members at AT&T Southeast plan to go on strike at midnight over unfair labor practices committed by management during negotiations for a new contract.
The latest bargaining and mobilization news from General Electric, Envoy Air, AT&T Southeast, Denver Public Schools, and AT&T Mobility.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the passing of Gerry Horgan.
The federal lawsuit was filed in April after GDIT workers reported to CWA that they believed the company had not properly tracked and compensated them for all hours worked.
Over the past two years, the Trump administration has been gradually rolling out changes to federal regulations to give even more power to corporate executives.
The new agreement was reached with the involvement of the National Mediation Board after agents voted against ratification of an earlier tentative contract.
AT&T’s contract covering 22,000 workers in the Southeast region represented by CWA expired at midnight on Saturday, increasing the possibility of a strike, which union members have authorized by a 95% vote.
The latest information for AT&T Midwest and AT&T Legacy T, AT&T Southeast, and the Boston Globe Media Partners.
CWA District 6 Vice President and head of CWA's human rights program Claude Cummings called for meaningful action to end mass shootings and gun violence.
They also made calls to their members of Congress and collected postcards in support of legislation to end offshoring of call center jobs.
CWA activists have been collecting postcards in support of the No Tax Breaks for Outsourcing and the U.S. Call Center Workers and Consumer Protection Act.
CWA's Defense Fund Oversight Committee and the Executive Board jointly and unanimously agreed to increase the payout level to assist striking workers.
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