AT&T CWA MOBILITY ORANGE BARGAINING REPORT #6

AT&T CWA MOBILITY ORANGE BARGAINING REPORT #6

 February 9, 2022

Bargaining has continued everyday this week and with just a couple days until expiration, we remain far apart on many key issues. While there has been some progress, the Union Bargaining Committee has submitted multiple proposals that have gone unanswered. A key issue that we are very far apart on is Benefits and Pension. As we have all experienced during this pandemic, medical benefits are incredibly important and it is not too much to ask from a company with the resources AT&T has to offer Benefits that their employees can afford. The security provided by comprehensive and affordable benefits, as well as retirement security, are issues that AT&T could easily improve to show their employees that this is a career and a Company that cares. As of now, they have not done so. As stated in previous reports, we have passed other proposals for each group in this contract as well as proposals that will apply to all. We are in an environment of high inflation and economic expansion, and throughout it all AT&T has remained highly profitable. It is about time they share that profitability with their employees who make it all possible. While some progress has been made, we need all members to stay mobilized and let the Company know that WE DEMAND BETTER! WE will prevail—ONE DAY LONGER, ONE DAY STRONGER!!

In Solidarity:

Pat Telesco, District 1
Tonya Hodges, District 1
Michael Baxter, Local 1101  
Frank Oliva, Local 1298
Hannah Long, Local 2204
Jeff Reamer, Local 13000
Julie Daloisio, Local 13500
Renee Rouser, Local 4320
Danielle Brewer-Collier, Local 4900
Corey Davis, Local 7103
Rosa Wilson, Local 7110
Alex Dorado, Local 9421
Erdem Onder, Local 9509