Today the Company rejected the Union’s Concept Proposal #2, stating they have “decided to maintain its plan to integrate and harmonize the legacy Alcatel-Lucent Field Force hybrid delivery model into the Nokia model and use a third-party supplier.”
AT&T confirmed it is closing a 150-employee call center in Syracuse, New York. These are the latest job cuts from AT&T after it announced a round of layoffs including call center closures in Indianapolis (Ind.), Kalamazoo (Mich.) and Appleton (Wis.) in December and has cut 10,700 jobs since the tax bill passed.
On Monday's town hall call, CWA President Chris Shelton announced our campaign to have Congress investigate what AT&T is really doing with their billions in corporate tax cuts after all the promises the company and politicians made to us about jobs.