Wireless call center and retail workers from around the country convened in Hilliard, Ohio, last week to discuss strategies across workplaces and form a plan to demand better from the wireless industry.
Today’s Supreme Court decision on the Janus v. AFSCME case marks a sad day for all working people and continues a long campaign by corporate interests and right wing groups to restrict our ability to stand together.
AT&T wireless workers approved a precedent-setting contract that rolls back offshoring and outsourcing and sets a new standard for wireless retail and call center jobs in America. The contract covers over 21,000 workers in 36 states. CWA members approved the four-year contract by an overwhelming majority; it remains in effect until February 12, 2021.
CWA's tentative agreement at AT&T Mobility provides the first-ever enforceable protections against discrimination based on gender identity in 16 states where no statewide non-discrimination law covering this category exists--proving the power of union bargaining in addressing workplace discrimination in all forms.
Over 21,000 CWA AT&T wireless workers reached a precedent-setting tentative contract agreement that rolls back the trends of offshoring and outsourcing and sets a new standard for wireless retail and call center jobs in America.