Bargaining Update

AT&T Midwest and AT&T Legacy T

In recent bargaining, AT&T has made no improvement to their offer on jobs or employment security. However, thanks to members' strong mobilization efforts, the AT&T Legacy T team was able to come to an agreement with the company on extending funding for the Alliance for Employee Growth and Development so there would be no interruption to Alliance training at this time. 

The CWA bargaining committees urge members to continue to mobilize by using political pressure, media, and community involvement to tell the company that they must bargain fair contracts for all of our members.

CWAers at AT&T Legacy T and AT&T Midwest, including members of Locals 4900 (left) and 4319 (right), are mobilizing for fair contracts.


American Red Cross

The union coalition representing 4,500 workers at the American Red Cross, including CWA members, reached a national tentative agreement on August 30. CWA represents Red Cross employees in Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New York.

The union members who travelled from across the country to represent their locals at bargaining sessions and the solidarity demonstrated by the thousands of union members made the difference in winning this agreement, which contains wage increases and benefit improvements without any givebacks.