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May 20, 2019

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #34

After the Collective Bargaining Agreement expiration on May 11, the Company has started to reply to multiple information requests by the Union. Unfortunately, most of those requests remain partially or completely unfulfilled. Contrary to their claims, the Company is showing no urgency toward bargaining a fair contract.

May 16, 2019

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #33

One of the main issues in the table is job security. We have been trying to get the company to recognize the importance that is for us to secure jobs now and in the future. We are the only contract in Mobility that represents a single location, Puerto Rico, this makes our challenges more unique. But we are not less than other contracts and we deserve equality.

May 14, 2019

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #32

Last night’s Town Hall call was a great success with hundreds of members participating. The continue participation of the membership in mobilization gives great strength to the bargaining team and sends a very clear message to AT&T that we are united. Keep up the fight, keep up the mobilization and together we will win! We will post last night’s call as soon as we get the recording for all of those that were not able to participate.

May 10, 2019

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #31

Since giving the 72-hour notice to terminate the contract, the Union has had extensive conversations with the Company. We remain extremely far apart at this time. The President of CWA can call a strike any time after the contract expires tomorrow morning, but as of now bargaining is set to resume in June 1st. We will continue to bargain as long as we believe progress is being made.

May 9, 2019

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #30

As you know, yesterday CWA gave notice to the management of AT&T Mobility that we are exercising our right to terminate the Green Contract in 72 hours. The Union did this because the Company refused to bargain a fair contract. Today, the Company, in a desperate attempt to divide us, sent an email stating that “AT&T has made a comprehensive proposal to the union in order to reach a fair contract for the employees. You should know that

May 8, 2019

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #29

On the morning of May 8, 2019, CWA gave notice to the management of AT&T Mobility that we are exercising our right to terminate the Green Contract in 72 hours. That doesn't mean we are going on strike, but it means we are one step closer. The Union did this because the Company refused to bargain a fair contract.

May 6, 2019

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #27

Your CWA Bargaining Team and the Company met with the Company on Friday 26 and Saturday April 27 with the hopes of achieving a contract. The Company passed a new package and the Union presented more than 20 proposals expecting AT&T to review them and return to the table seriously with the real intent of securing a new fair contract.

April 30, 2019

April 2019 Newsletter #13

CWA Local 3640 Representing American Airlines Reservations Agents in Winston Salem, NC attended the District 3 Conference in Savannah, GA. February 24-27, 2019.We were given the opportunity to say our farewells to John Quinn, District 3 Counsel. He will be retiring but promised us he would bring his bagpipes back!!  

April 27, 2019

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #26

Today, your CWA Bargaining Team and the Company met. In less than 24 hours the Company rejected our last proposals, that included substantial wage increases, changes to our charge backs languages, limitations on subcontracting and other changes based on the almost 1,000 suggestions we received from our members. The Company then presented a new “package proposal” that continues to be an insult to our members that helped bring the amazing $45 billion in revenue to AT&T.

April 26, 2019

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #25

Your CWA Bargaining Team and the Company met this afternoon. In the morning, your Bargaining Committee participated in a rally at the AT&T Shareholders meeting and met with several key decision makers. We explained our struggles and our needs for a good and fair contract. We spoke with AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson and with AT&T Communications CEO John Donovan who challenged us to stay with the Company’s Committee until an agreement can be settled.