AT&T gained a regional reprieve with its wireline workforce on Friday as the Communications Workers of America union voted to ratify a three-year contract covering the telco's Midwest region and AT&T Corp.
While it reported a $3.2 billion quarterly profit this week and posted overall numbers that beat many analyst expectations, AT&T neglected to provide an update on ongoing contract negotiations
Most media reports from this weekend show no discernible movement toward a new contract agreement between AT&T and the Communications Workers of America union. A strike has been authorized, but
AT&T spokesman Walt Sharp has shed some light on offers the telco is making in the ongoing negotiations with the CWA over wireline employees' contracts. Sharp told the Springfield News-Leader
The Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO is planning to "phone bank" (i.e. call center dial-up) U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein and AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson on Thursday in support of
An AT&T worker has filed charges alleging that Communications Workers of America (CWA) union officials threatened to "take him to court" if he didn't participate in a strike, despite his decision
Members of the Communications Workers of America (CWA) have created a special song with an accompanying ringtone called "Ready to Strike." The ringtone, originally designed for CWA Local 6222, has
LAS VEGAS - MetaSwtich counted 635 attendees at its Forum event this week, but the numbers would have been higher if AT&T wasn't on high alert due to the potential threat of a work action by the