march 20, 2017 Bargaining report # 30

AT&T Mobility Orange Contract 2017 Bargaining: Report 30

Bargaining resumed today, and we had extensive conversations about commissions. Over the last decade, AT&T Mobility’s profits have soared. The employees who work in stores, maintain the network and service customers in the call centers are a major contributing factor of that success. It makes no sense that while profits soar, the company continues to manipulate commissions, so the people responsible for their success make less. Rather than reward the employees who are making the company successful, AT&T continues to look for more ways to line the pockets of executives and shareholders.

The Bargaining Team is disgusted with AT&T’s corporate greed, and We know the members are too. Stay mobilized, stay unified and stay ANGRY!

Stay strong Brothers and Sisters!!

In Solidarity,

Mike Baxter, Local 1101
Frank Oliva, Local 1298
Deb Casey, Local 2204
Jeff Reamer, Local 13000
Julie Daloisio, Local 13500
Holly Sorey, Local 4202

Glen Skeen, Local 4320
Debbie Goulet, Local 7803
Hector Capote, Local 7250
Brandon Beck, Local 9511
Joe Sison, Local 9412
Pat Telesco, District 1, Chair
Tonya Moore, District 1