The Union committee has been continuing work on...
CWA filed unfair labor practice (ULP) charges against AT&T and Nexstar for refusing to provide information about the company’s plan to use its tax windfall to invest in its workforce.
The Union committee continued internal discussions today...
The committee spent time today analyzing relevant data
Yesterday the Article 26 Sub-Committee met with the Company to
Yesterday, the Union and the Company met, and tentative agreements were reached on Appendix B2
Today the Union committee rejected the Company’s fourth package proposal, in totality, which was presented to the Union yesterday.
The Company presented the Union with their fourth package proposal today.
It turned out that this morning was an exciting day here in Arlington Heights!
Today, the Union, once again proposed improvements...
Yesterday, the Union committee worked on crafting counter proposals on Wages and Benefits as well as language to address Definitions, Problem Resolution Procedures and Treatment of Time Worked.
The Company presented the Union with another package proposal today.
This morning the committee reviewed Union proposals on:
Today the committee continued working on proposals...
It was great to see the CWA presence at the AT$T shareholders meeting this morning.
Today, the Union rejected the Company’s second comprehensive package proposal.
The Committee continued to dissect the Company’s proposals and craft Union counter proposals this morning.
Today the Union committee rejected the Company’s disappointing package proposal, in totality, which was presented to the Union last week.
With the committee’s frustrations already at a high level,
Yesterday morning the Appendix G subcommittee met
Bargaining resumed this morning and resulted in tentative agreements being reached on Appendix A4 (Regional Joint Benefits Forum),
Sisters and Brothers, after more than a month and a half of bargaining with AT&T we have made no progress on any of your key issues thanks to the Company’s ongoing retrogressive proposals.
The Union passed multiple proposals today, including, Article 5 (No Strike), Article 15 (Job Classifications and Promotions),