CWA members from across the country demonstrated and distributed flyers outside of AT&T's annual shareholder meeting in Dallas, Texas, on Friday. The workers continue to put pressure on Congress to investigate AT&T and call the company's CEO Randall Stephenson to testify before the House Ways and Means Committee about why AT&T has not kept its promise to use its enormous tax cut benefits to create jobs and invest in American communities.
This week, CWA released a set of videos providing workers' personal, firsthand accounts of AT&T's layoffs and outsourcing. The videos are part of an online advertising campaign that encourages concerned customers to join the call for an investigation by sending letters to Congress.
CWA members from across the country demonstrated and distributed flyers outside of AT&T's annual shareholder meeting in Dallas, Texas, on Friday.
Envoy workers are delivering letters to station managers expressing their support for their bargaining team and their determination to win a fair contract with living wages. Bargaining resumes on May 20.
CWA members at EVOQUE (formerly AT&T internet data centers) have overwhelmingly voted to ratify an agreement reached with the company. Approximately 75 workers across the country are covered by this new agreement, which contains wage increases, lower out-of-pocket costs on healthcare, improvements on retirement benefits, improved job security, and more.