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February 21, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #11

Although we presented proposals and counter proposals to cover the demands of our membership and maintain the benefits acquired during the struggles and efforts of our members,  the Company rejected every one of our proposals and presented another outrageous, exasperating and derogatory package of proposals that still aims to snatch and degrade the benefits already protected by the previous agreements. Let's continue demonstrating to the Company that the LOCAL 3010 DOES NOT SURRENDER!

February 20, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #10

Our proposal aims to make justice to our members and follows the hundred of suggestions our members submitted.  We are hopeful that the Company will understand our concerns and that we can move forward on this new benefit package.  At the same time, the Company presented the most injurious, aggravating and offensive Package Proposal.  Part of that “package proposal”, aims to decrease our benefits including vacation, overtime and others

February 19, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #9

Although we continue to wait for an abundant amount of requested information, the Company has progressed slowly and has only provided some of that information, thanks to the GREAT MOBILIZATION that our members have made. The Union has proved our willingness to negotiate a contract on time and fair for our membership. 

February 18, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #8

Even as we continue to wait for information that we have requested from the Company and that is vital to represent adequately to our membership, we have proved our willingness to have an on time agreement that is fair for our members by submitting all our remaining proposals except a Benefits Proposal due to a lack of information from the Company that keeps dragging their feet. 

February 16, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #7

As of today, the Company has (18) open proposals in its possession and the Union waits for AT&T to answer them

February 15, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #6

The Company and your CWA Bargaining Team met today. The Union did not pass any new proposals as we continue to wait for information requested in advance by the Union to the Company. 

February 14, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #5

We appreciate all the support and the solidarity our members have shown!  Remember that the strike vote is still going on! Please contact your steward, mobilizer or local 3010 (787-282-0714) if you have any question regarding the much needed vote.  

February 13, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #4

The Company and your CWA Bargaining Team met today.  There were no proposals passed from the Union, as we await from the Company to provide much needed data and answers.

February 12, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #3

The Union is waiting on key Company responses to our requests for information that are necessary for the Union to evaluate the Company’s proposals and to work with other proposals for the Company.  We are scheduled to meet tomorrow, February 13.  So far the Union has presented 25 proposals addressing all the issues presented by our members in the surveys. 

February 7, 2019 — News

CWA D3 PR-AT&T MOBILITY BARGAINING REPORT #2

Let the Company hear it clear and loud, there will be NO TAKE BACK.  We are Moving Forward Never Backwards, We are AT&T 2020! Pa’Lante Siempre!

February 6, 2019 — News

Puerto Rico Mobility Bargaining Report #1

Members carried pictures of their families and told the Company: “This is who we are bargaining for” telling AT&T that the effect of this process goes beyond the bargaining table to the members and their families.

February 6, 2019 — News

PR Mobility Bargaining Opening Remarks

Today, as we launch bargaining, the Union recognizes we are here 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.

January 30, 2019 — News

January 2019 Newsletter #12

We are pleased to say that CWA Local 3181 over the past year has signed up over 300 new members thanks to our crack team of outstanding organizers in Palm Beach County, St. Lucie County School District and the Village of Tequesta.

CWA Local 3181 has about 25 trained Internal Organizers spread throughout the 3 units we represent.  

December 11, 2018 — News

DEX/YP Bargaining update

On Thursday, December 6, 2018, the parties met and exchanged several counters. We bargained intensely, and the Company provided some data that we questioned. This bargaining has been made even more difficult by the fact that the Company has provided information and data that is inaccurate or incomplete. The Company apologized to CWA for the inadequate responses to our information requests. The Company rejected all 7 proposals that CWA made.

December 7, 2018 — News

DEX/YP Bargaining Update # 12-13

Bargaining Update for days: 12-3-2018 12-4-2018

The last two days have been pretty active with both sides making some movement on the smaller issues. Unfortunately, there has been little movement on the major sticking points like Term pay, Severance pay, Average pay, Vacation, Sick and PPT days.
We have submitted counter proposals and are waiting on the companies response.

November 27, 2018 — News

There will be a call Wednesday 11/28/2018 7pm brief talk about status of this round of CWA/DEX-YP bargaining.

There will be call this Wednesday 11/28/2018 at 7pm to briefly talk about this status of this round of CWA/DEX-YP bargaining. ONLY members will be permitted on the call.

November 20, 2018 — News

CWA-DEXYP BARGAINING UPDATE DAY #12 9:00am - 8:00 pm 11/14-15th 2018

The Company grew frustrated and indicated they are seeking a contract this week. Two thoughts, District 3 has only been bargaining for less than three weeks collectively. 2nd CWA again expressed receiving incorrect data was disrespectful and intentional. There is no way CWA would/could bargain without the correct data. The company presented their Last best Offer for full settlement. We are still so far apart on accepting this offer. All of their proposals are retrogressive.

November 19, 2018 — News

CWA-DEXYP BARGAINING UPDATE DAY #11

Your Bargaining Team reconvened today with a full agenda aimed at getting an understanding from the company on their stance on the following items: Seniority, Termination pay, Vacation, PPT, Sick Leave, Pension, Average Pay, Sales Drive Comp plan just to name a few. The company explained their position on all of the above-listed items which were not a great dialogue on the actual concept of bargaining. “Bargaining in good faith approach.”

November 8, 2018 — News

DEX/YP Bargaining Update # 10

On 10/25/2018 bargaining team had a conference call to review the new data that was provided to us. During out last in-person session, the company, submitted wrong data to CWA for us to examine. This quite troubles some. This has been the constant theme with DEX/YP. This was a very brief call, our Bargaining team voiced their concerns about the inaccurate data and suggested it appears intentionally. and told them we are not reconvening until the company’s data is accurate.

October 4, 2018 — News

CWA DEX/YP Bargaining Update #9

Today, the company provided a “real” result comparison between the current pay plan versus the company’s Sales Drive plan. Some vital data was missing, but the results provided were not promising. Unfortunately, we expect the results to be even more dismal when all the data is compiled. We also reviewed the 2019 benefits package.

October 3, 2018 — News

CWA DEX/YP Bargaining update #8

The bargaining team met today with the company. The company presented additional info on Sales Drive which provided a clearer picture of the new sales compensation plan they want to implement with the new contract. The bargaining team presented an item for discussion as well as Proposal #1 about Healthcare benefits.

August 27, 2018 — News

CWA DEX/YP Bargaining update #5&6&7

Day 5 8/22/2018: Today was a full day of DEX/YP rolling out the Fixed and Variable Rate Vehicle Reimbursement Program (FAVR). This 12 page presentation gave a detailed breakdown on how the program works. CWA has some serious concerns as to how the company will use the data that the mileage app collects. Day 5 and the company has not passed any proposals.

August 9, 2018 — News

Contract extension for DEX/YP

CWA District 3 has agreed to extend the current YP contract that is set to expire on 8/11/2018 to September 10, 2018 @ 5pm. This is a 30 day extension. All current provision in the contract remain intact. An extension means we still time to mobilize and organize non-members. In the past few weeks, we have received some membership cards from longtime non-members. Please I urge every local to make a concerted effort to sign up non-members.

August 1, 2018 — News

Meet the CWA District 3 DEX/YP 2018 Bargaining Team

Cathy Smith just celebrated her 20 year service anniversary after joining Bellsouth in 1998. She experienced the transition from Bapco to AT&T, YP and now DexYP. Cathy has been an active union member throughout her entire career and became a Job Steward in 2015. She started as Telephone Rep before moving into the Premise Rep position and is now acting in the Major Accounts role.