We need to let Congress know that keeping American workers employed and our communities strong should be their top priority.
In light of yet another surplus affecting many members in District 4 . . .
While the committee would like to relay something meaningful in this report, we sadly must share some of the same news we have shared before.
District 4 Locals hand delivering letters to Congressmen and Congresswomen working on holding corporations accountable.
Over the last 10 days the Union committee passed proposals on Appendix F, Benefits, Employment Security, Jobs, and had discussions about the remaining open aspects of the agreement.
The Union, once again REJECTED the Company’s “revised final offer”. The CWA District 4 Midwest Bargaining Committee met yesterday with AT&T in formal session to exchange proposals on some of the remaining open items.