AT&T Mobility

Thryv members ratified their TA in December. Contracts have been extended with AT&T Mobility, AVAYA, CCI, Frontier PA, and PIW. An MOA with LifePath provides increased starting wages, and Comcast negotiations continue.
Tentative Agreements were reached and ratified with Kent County and Atlantic Broadband. Local 13000 mobilized in solidarity for a fair contract at AT&T Mobility Southwest, and Nokia bargaining moves to informal talks.
AT&T has cut over 37,000 jobs since the Tax Cut and Jobs Act went into effect two years ago.
CWA Local 2204 is mobilizing at the AT&T Mobility Call Center in Lebanon, VA!
CWA hosted 18 Call Center workers from around Virginia on July 10 and 11 for CWA activist training.
CWA District 2-13 Training Team members met in MD to share their experiences with Phase III of the [email protected] project. The success of this program is, in large part, credited with CWA’s success at the Orange contract bargaining table last year.
Today’s Supreme Court decision on the Janus v. AFSCME case marks a sad day for all working people and continues a long campaign by corporate interests and right wing groups to restrict our ability to stand together.
Six AT&T Mobility/Cricket retail workers in Virginia join CWA Local 2222!

As bargaining at AT&T Mobility in District 3, AT&T Midwest, and Legacy AT&T gets underway in early 2018, workers are united in a common goal of protecting jobs and negotiating fair contracts.

AT&T wireless workers approved a precedent-setting contract that rolls back offshoring and outsourcing and sets a new standard for wireless retail and call center jobs in America. The contract covers over 21,000 workers in 36 states. CWA members approved the four-year contract by an overwhelming majority; it remains in effect until February 12, 2021.