May 14, 2015
Attached is the summary of the ATT Legacy T Tentative Agreement
May 13, 2015
After over two months of bargaining we have reached a Tentative Agreement (TA) at the Legacy T table. The team feels we were able to beat back the majority of the Company’s retrogressive demands. While there are increases in the cost of Health Care, they are much less than the Company originally demanded and we have added an option with lower premiums. We negotiated wage increases that will more than cover those costs and give our members significantly more money in their pockets during the life of this agreement. Rather than the pension freeze the Company wanted, we got a pension increase and maintained and improved our job security language.
March 27, 2015
I received a call from Jimmy’s son, Mike Dodson, in September, 2014, asking if I would help celebrate his dad’s upcoming 90th birthday by writing a letter from CWA, Local 3907 thanking his dad for his many years of service to the phone company and for his loyal support of the union.
March 19, 2015
The Women’s Committee held its 4th annual Woman of the Year Contest where Locals nominated women who exemplify the values of CWA in their Local and community.
March 17, 2015
We would like to extend our congratulations to CWA Local 3010 in Puerto Rico on the ratification of the AT&T Puerto Rico Mobility Contract. We would like to thank everyone for their participation and solidarity during the bargaining and ratification process.
March 4, 2015
ATT Legacy T Bargaining opens today March 4, 2015. Join the Fight. Mobilize for Fairness
March 3, 2015
Tuesday night, February 24, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, now a professor at UC-Berkley, spoke out against Fast Track and the Trans-Pacific Partnership Treaty (“TPP”) in Atlanta, Georgia
February 26, 2015
Your Bargaining Committee has met with the Company and we have reached a Tentative Agreement subject to our member’s ratification. Your Bargaining Committee unanimously recommends ratification of this agreement.
February 26, 2015
Your Bargaining Committee has met informally with the Company for the past two days. We have reviewed several proposals with AT&T and we have held several discussions over numerous items that are still pending and are important to our members. We will be back at the bargaining table tomorrow.
February 24, 2015
Your Bargaining Committee met with the Company Representatives on Monday to continue discussions. There were two sessions today, one in the morning and another one in the afternoon. The Union Tentatively Agreed two Proposals, the first one was the Article 20, Travel and the second was both Article 9 and a new Side Letter on a Fast Track Resolution Process for Discipline Cases.
February 23, 2015
Your Bargaining Committee met with the Company Representatives on Sunday to continue discussions. There was only one session at the morning. The Company handed a counter proposal on the Article 20 of Travel. The Union agreed to give proper consideration to the company proposal.
February 21, 2015
Your Bargaining Committee met with the Company Representatives on Saturday to continue discussions. There was only one session at the afternoon. The Union Tentatively Agreed two Proposals, the first one was the Article 16, Safety and the second was the LOA on At-Risk Commission. Moreover the Union rejected the company’s regressive proposal on Benefits.
February 20, 2015
Your Bargaining Committee met with the Company Representatives on Friday to continue discussions. There was only one session in the afternoon. We are too far away to reach a Tentative Agreement. Therefore, both parties agree to an extension to the current contract, meaning that the Collective Bargaining Agreement is still in effect.
February 20, 2015
Your Bargaining Committee met with the Company Representatives on Thursday to continue discussions. There were two sessions, one in the morning and the other on the afternoon. The Union passed four counter proposals including Article 23 on Holiday, Article 19 on Basis of Compensation, Article 15 on Exchange Time and the Article 12 on Hour of Work.
February 19, 2015
Your Bargaining Committee met with the Company Representatives on Wednesday to continue discussions. The Union passed several counter proposals including Arbitration, Recognition and Establishment, Excused Days With Pay, the MOU on Subcontracting, LOA on At-Risk, the Article 14 on Force Adjustment and a counter proposal on the Company’s counter proposal on Article 12 regarding Hours of Work.