Last week, AT&T announced plans to close 320 company-owned AT&T Mobility retail stores in November and December, disrupting the employment of over 1,600 workers during the holiday season.
The senators insisted that AT&T provide a state-by-state breakdown of the current job cuts and projected job cuts for the remainder of 2020, among other things.
Unity at Mobility local activists continue their fight to hold AT&T accountable in the face of COVID-19.
Despite the pandemic forcing many to work from home and rely more heavily on communications services, AT&T is cutting thousands of technician and clerical jobs across the country over the next few weeks.
AT&T has informed the Communications Workers of America of its plans to cut over 3,400 technician and clerical jobs across the country over the next few weeks. In addition, the company plans to permanently shutter over 250 AT&T Mobility and Cricket Wireless stores, impacting 1,300 retail jobs.
On Friday, CWAers in District 6 held a day of action to celebrate essential workers at AT&T Mobility.
The latest bargaining information for AT&T Southwest Mobility, AT&T West, and Missouri 9-1-1 dispatchers.
he Communications Workers of America (CWA) bargaining team has reached a tentative agreement with AT&T on a new four-year contract for Southwest Mobility workers. The CWA AT&T Southwest Mobility contract covers technicians, call center customer support workers, and representatives at AT&T's retail stores in Texas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas and Arkansas.
The Communications Workers of America and AT&T have agreed to extend the AT&T Mobility Southwest contract, which was set to expire at midnight last night, February 21, 2020, until 11:59 pm on February 22, 2020 to allow additional time to resolve outstanding issues.
This week, CWA members at AT&T Southwest Mobility voted to authorize a strike, with a vote supported by 98% of workers.
AT&T Southwest Mobility workers, represented by the Communications Workers of America, today authorized a strike, with a vote supported by 98% of workers. The strike authorization comes as CWA's contract with AT&T, covering more than 8,000 Southwest Mobility workers, is set to expire on Friday, February 21, 2020.
The latest information for AT&T Southwest Mobility, T-Mobile, and Hawaiian Airlines.
CWAers are fighting to make billionaires pay their fair share!
AT&T has cut over 37,000 jobs since the Tax Cut and Jobs Act went into effect two years ago.
Because of LLA's strained financial position and track record of opposing workers' rights, the deal endangers jobs, harms workers, and threatens service quality.
Communications Workers of America Urges FCC to Deny Sale of AT&T Mobility Units to Liberty Latin America
The union says the transaction as currently structured threatens considerable harm to the public interest by endangering potentially hundreds of jobs, harming workers and threatening service quality.
Just weeks after billionaire CEO Paul Singer’s Elliott Management Corporation announced that it had acquired about 1% of AT&T and laid out plans to extract profits from the company by cutting jobs and selling off critical assets, AT&T announced its intention to sell off wireless and wireline operations in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to Liberty Latin America, a company with a history of union-busting and job cuts.
Vulture hedge fund Elliott Management is pushing for changes at AT&T that would lead to drastic job cuts.
The latest bargaining and mobilization news from General Electric, Envoy Air, AT&T Southeast, Denver Public Schools, and AT&T Mobility.
Eighteen customer service workers from Verizon, AT&T Mobility, and American Airlines attended a CWA Political Bootcamp in Richmond.
The latest information about the AT&T Mobility "Green" Contract, Kaleida Health, and StoryCorps.
Communications Workers of America members in Puerto Rico who work at AT&T Mobility ratified a four-year agreement covering 900 workers. The new agreement provides wage increases, maintains existing pension plan and health care benefits, restricts subcontracting, and contains a guarantee that customer calls will continue to be handled on the island.
The Communications Workers of America (CWA) bargaining team reached a tentative agreement covering 900 workers at AT&T Mobility Puerto Rico. The new agreement contains a guarantee that customer calls will continue to be handled on the island.
The latest updates for AT&T Midwest, AT&T Legacy T, and AT&T Mobility Puerto Rico.