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Unity at AT&T Mobility

Unity at AT&T Mobility

CWA represents over 45,000 workers at AT&T Mobility.

Workers are covered by contracts based on location.

Groundbreaking Contract at AT&T Mobility

After​ ​almost​ ​a​ ​year​ ​of​ ​hard​ ​bargaining​ ​and​ ​unprecedented​ ​mobilization,​ CWA has reached​ ​a​ ​groundbreaking​ ​tentative​ ​agreement​ covering 21,000 workers in 36 states & DC under the Orange contract. 

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