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Envoy Air

U.S. Congresswoman-elect Donna Shalala (D-Fla.) and State Senator Jose Javier Rodriguez (D-Miami) joined Envoy passenger service agents in their fight for a fair contract, rallying at Miami International Airport (MIA) on Wednesday to call for an end to the American Airlines subsidiary Envoy Air paying its workers poverty wages.

Workers also leafleted passengers at the airport, explaining their concerns and asking them to donate to local food banks, which many agents rely on to put food on the table, to ensure Envoy employees have enough to eat this holiday season. 

The next bargaining session is set to begin on January 22.


U.S. Congresswoman-elect Donna Shalala (D-Fla.) and State Senator Jose Javier Rodriguez (D-Miami) joined Envoy passenger service agents in their fight for a fair contract, rallying at Miami International Airport to call for an end to the American Airlines subsidiary Envoy Air paying its workers poverty wages.

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Law360


After an almost two-year fight for a fair contract, employees at Law360, a LexisNexis-owned legal news site, successfully secured a first-ever Tentative Agreement covering 170 workers. Employees stood together throughout the protracted negotiations, showing the company that they were strongly united in their fight for improved working conditions.

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AT&T Southeast


Above: CWA District 3 members from AT&T Southeast joined together in Atlanta this week for bargaining and mobilization training in order to prepare for 2019 contract negotiations with AT&T.

Below: Members of CWA Local 3808 are ready to mobilize for a fair contract with AT&T Southeast.

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AT&T Midwest

CWA members at AT&T Midwest have a message for AT&T Communications CEO John Donovan. In a new video filmed outside of an event in Cleveland where Donovan was speaking, CWA members tell Donovan that it's time for AT&T to get back to the table to bargain a fair contract that addresses the company's offshoring and outsourcing.