AT&T wireless workers from nine southeastern states and the U.S. Virgin Islands won increased wages, more job security and rollbacks of offshoring and outsourcing in a tentative contract agreement reached last night.
Thousands of Communications Workers of America (CWA)-represented passenger service agents at American Airlines subsidiary Piedmont Airlines won major raises, improved benefits and other gains in a new tentative contract agreement reached Friday.
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.
Over 21,000 CWA AT&T wireless workers reached a precedent-setting tentative contract agreement that rolls back the trends of offshoring and outsourcing and sets a new standard for wireless retail and call center jobs in America.
Frustrated that contract negotiations have been dragging on for the past year, CWA passenger service agents at Piedmont Airlines passenger service agents held informational picketing calling for the airline to get serious about negotiating a fair contract.