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April 5, 2019

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #19

Your CWA Bargaining Team and the Company continue to talk with the hopes to achieve the collective bargain agreement that we all deserve and expect. The dialogue has been productive, but we are still too far away to reach a Tentative Agreement.

March 25, 2019

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #18

On Thursday February 28, 2019, both parties failed to reach an agreement and the gap between the parties was substantial. Although AT&T claimed that they felt we were "close to an agreement" reality and the evidence is different.To put this in a context that we can all understand, the Puerto Rico Green Collective Bargain Agreement includes 25 Articles; 8 Letters of Agreement that are inside of the contract; 8 Letters of Agreement that are outside of the Contract and the Benefit Plan for years

February 28, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #17

As you know, since February 6, 2019, CWA and AT&T have been meeting almost on a daily basis, with the intent “to bargain for a fair and equitable contract that will allow the company to make a profit but offers protection for our members that will allow them to take care of their families.”*  CWA’s main goal on this bargaining cycle are benefits, job security and equal treatment. 

February 26, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #16

The Company is working on supplying the Union with important benefits information and clarifications that the Union needs to continue working on proposals.  We are on-call and tentatively scheduled to meet Wednesday afternoon. 

February 25, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #15

Today, both parties decided not to have a formal bargaining session, but rather to have extensive informal meetings and discussions with the intention of closing the gap that still exists between both the Union and the Company.  We will resume talks tomorrow and are tentatively scheduled to meet in the afternoon.