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2015 CWA ATT SE Bargaining Report #69

Your bargaining team met today and continued to plan a response to the company’s negligible proposal referenced in Bargaining Report  #68.

The bargaining team is dealing with the same contradictory behavior that our members deal with on a daily basis.  The company claims to be an industry leader in sustainability (going green), however the AT&T stadium, the largest domed stadium in the world, uses more power than most medium sized cities.

Thank you for your continued efforts to support the cause as we continue in our David and Goliath type fight.

WE ARE ONE

To see previous bargaining reports go to http://district3.cwa-union.org/news/all/c/att 

To see previous ATT SE Utilities bargaining reports go to: http://district3.cwa-union.org/bargaining/company/c/att_se_utilities

To see YP/Print Media Bargaining Reports go to http://district3.cwa-union.org/bargaining/company/c/yp_print_media_llc 

Go to http://district3.cwa-union.org/pages/att-se-signup to sign up for ATT SE Bargaining Updates

Go to http://district3.cwa-union.org/photos/entry/2015_cwa_att_se_bargaining_mobilization to view photos of your brothers and sisters mobilizing around the District

 

Your Bargaining Committee

 

Mike Fahrenholt – CWA Rep District 3 – Chair
Thelma Dunlap – Administrative Director District 3 – Co-Chair
David Betz – Alabama
Jonathan Campbell – Kentucky
Herman Junkin – Mississippi
Al Guillory – Louisiana
Johnny Hernandez – Florida
Chris Myrick – North Carolina
Jason LaPorte – South Carolina
Gene Redd – Georgia
Robert Santucci – Tennessee