AT&T Southwest on Wednesday suffered another setback on the wireline union negotiation front as the Communications Workers of America District 6 failed to ratify a new four-year labor contract.
AT&T and the Communications Workers of America District 6 recently came to a tentative agreement with wireline workers in the telco's Southwest territory.
Hawaiian Telcom on Friday overcame a long battle with its union employees, who voted to ratify a five-year collective bargaining agreement.
AT&T on Friday hammered out a tentative labor agreement with the Communications Workers of America District 3 in ongoing contract negotiations with wireline workers in its Southeast territory.
Hawaiian Telcom on Tuesday overcame another challenge in its ongoing negotiations with its union workforce as the National Labor Relations Board "conclusively" dismissed the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers' unfair labor practices charge.
Pro basketball and baseball players are not the only ones making progress on the collective bargaining agreements these days. In a surprising development that may bring an end to a three-week old
The last year or so has not been an easy one for the telecom industry's rank and file employees, particularly those who are members of unions. Going back to the summer of 2008, union members had to
As major telcos continue to draw growth from their wireless units while seeing only decline in their wireline units, it is not surprising that they are placing more emphasis, resources and future
AT&T has two union contracts up for renewal early this year, but the first deal finally appears to be done, at least tentatively. AT&T Mobility and the Communications Workers of America
Negotiations between AT&T Mobility and the Communications Workers of America reportedly stalled late Sunday after resuming earlier in the day following a late Saturday session. AT&T,