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Bargaining Update

AT&T Midwest and AT&T Legacy T

CWA members in the Midwest and at AT&T Legacy T continue to mobilize for a fair contract that keeps good jobs in their communities. Watch and share this emotional new video that shows just what they are fighting for. 

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Windstream

The CWA bargaining team representing Windstream workers in Pennsylvania reached an agreement with the company to extend the current contract until Friday, November 9. Bargaining is scheduled to resume Monday, November 5. The CWA bargaining team urged members to use the time between now and then to mobilize and send the message to Windstream that nothing less than a fair contract is acceptable.

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S&P Global

Members of The NewsGuild of New York-CWA working at S&P Global, a financial information and analytics company, ratified a new five-year agreement which includes wage increases and additional job security language that affords career opportunities for workers.

"I'm proud of the contract we achieved," said Sandi Henson, the Guild Unit Chair. "We came to the table with proposals that represented what we need to be successful and what we want in order to feel valued and heard. We now have processes and a strong contract in place that allow just that."

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DIRECTV Sports Broadcast Center
 
Negotiations are now underway for a first contract between NABET-CWA's bargaining committee and AT&T/DIRECTV for employees at the DIRECTV Sports Broadcast Center in Los Angeles.
 
During the first round of talks in San Ramon, Calif., last week, the NABET-CWA bargaining committee presented a proposal package designed to increase compensation and wages, stabilize benefits, and improve working conditions including overall scheduling procedures, break and meal period planning, work assignment modifications, limitation on operators being assigned to more than one work station at a time, and more.
 
The next round of negotiations is scheduled for October 8-10.