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It is with great excitement the Orange Bargaining Team can announce that we have a Tentative Agreement with AT&T Mobility. The Bargaining Team has met or exceeded all of our goals. We could not have done this without your support and mobilization. Details of the Agreement and the process of ratification will follow shortly. Thank you all again for standing with us through this process!

The latest bargaining information for Frontier Communications and the Psychiatric Institute of Washington.
As we continue bargaining, wages remain one of the last obstacles for a fair and equitable contract. We have been stuck on wages for a couple of weeks, but we are finally seeing the company moving in the right direction.
The Nation Coalition Bargaining Committee met with the Red Cross in March. Read Local 13500's report.
The Orange Bargaining Committee continues to meet with the Company. The Company still seems to have their head in the sand when it comes to what you need in terms of fair compensation. We have said many times how the Company is trying to shift costs to you in terms of benefits, and now they have offered completely unacceptable wage increases.
The Orange Bargaining Committee continues to meet with the Company. We remain far apart and mobilization is continuing to ramp up across the Orange Contract footprint. Tomorrow night, Wednesday March 23, 2022 there will be a Town Hall Call with the Orange Bargaining and Mobilization Teams.
Join your AT&T Mobility Orange Bargaining and Mobilization Team, CWA District 1 Vice President Dennis Trainor and members from across the country to talk about how we are mobilizing for a strong contract at AT&T Mobility.
We have been bargaining for 8 weeks, and we still remain far apart on just about every issue. There has been some movement in the right direction when it comes to benefits but that movement is not nearly enough to provide you with an affordable plan for you and your families. In the middle of a global health crisis, AT&T continues to try to put more of the financial burden on its employees.
IUE-CWA members gathered in Latrobe, PA to protest City Brewing Company's latest insulting proposal for a new contract.
After a month and a half of bargaining, the Union and Company remain far apart on most major issues. As always, Benefits are at the top of the list. Your Bargaining Team will not let this company get away with providing benefits that are incredibly expensive and continue to shift the burden on to you.
CWA and LifePath resumed negotiations on the new Collective Bargaining Agreement in February. Although they have reached Tentative Agreement on several very important issues, other important issues remain unresolved.