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June 18, 2019

AT&T Southeast Bargaining Report #1 06-18-2019

Today the BST, Utility Operations, and Billing committees, along with the Wire Tech and Consumer subcommittees, met and started putting together proposals based on the suggestions sent in to the Bargaining Task force meeting. We want to thank everyone that sent in a suggestion and those that participated in sorting and prioritizing them. If you are upset with the recent surplus announcement of 911 of our brothers and sisters, then show your support for the bargaining teams.

June 14, 2019

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #44

Last week we held a successful conference call with the membership to discuss further the reality of the “final offer” from AT&T. Many thanks for the hundreds of members that joined! Over the last few days, we have exchange communications with the Company to address many of the concerns of our membership. We have made clear to AT&T the Union's willingness to continue to bargain and find solutions in innovative and creative ways.

June 6, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #43

To further understand and discuss the Company’s “final offer” your CWA Bargaining Team, will host a town hall call with all AT&T Mobility Bargaining Unit Members. The purpose of the call is to update you on the current status of the bargaining process, NLRB charges, mobilization and to answer any questions.

June 4, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #41

The parties continued having productive meetings and dialogues on the main issues that remain on the table. But we are still extremely far on main issues such as job security, wages and benefits. We have made it crystal clear to the Company that Job Security is the top issue and we would not settle any contract if we do not ensure better protections for our future.

June 4, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #42

By now you have seen the company’s latest very public “final offer.” While at face value the company’s final offer may seem reasonable to some there are many, many things that are there to mislead you and divide us. The Company knows the solidarity of the members in Puerto Rico, they know we deserve much more, but they are not willing to bargain fairly with your Union.