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CWA International News

Senator Casey alerted President Trump to the need for action last year, but instead of working reduce offshoring, the Trump Administration backed provisions in the Tax Cut and Jobs Act that provide incentives for corporations to send jobs overseas.

This morning, the House included crucial passenger service agent assault language when passing the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018. Now CWA is urging the Senate to do the same.

James Shaw, Jr., a member of CWA Local 3808, heroically stepped in to stop a gunman during a shooting at a Waffle House in Antioch, Tenn. on Sunday

More than 2,000 current and former GDIT call center workers have come forward to call on the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to investigate wage violations at the company.

CWA Local 9415 has focused their 2018 efforts on signing up new members and educating all members.

The latest bargaining information for AT&T Midwest and AT&T Legacy T.

Wells Fargo, the biggest beneficiary of the Republican corporate tax cut bill, is set to make $3.7 billion from the bill.

CWA helped deliver some incredible victories, and the hard work CWA members put in is going to have a huge effect on New York in the coming year.

For years, CWA members have been pushing for stronger protections for airline passenger service agents from passenger assaults.

CWA members will mark Workers' Memorial Day on April 28 by remembering co-workers killed, hurt or sickened on the job.

CWA 1150 News

Bargaining Update

Well there seems to be a little progress today, but this isn't close to being over as you will see none of the major items are any closer. The bargaining team will meet again today.
We met with the Company this morning and reached TAs on the following:
Article 3 – Definitions
Article 16 – Transfers, Travel Allowance and Moving Expenses
Article 21 – Excused Work Days
Article 24 – Force Adjustment
Article 33 – Computer Services
Article 34 – AT&T Labs
Article 35 – Sales
Article 36 – Support
Article 37 – Operator Services
Article 41 – Communication Services
Article 44 – Customer Network Services
Article 45 – Local Network Services
Alternate Work Schedules
Electronic Monitoring
The Bargaining Team met with the Company this afternoon to receive Company Sub-Package Proposal – CO4 regarding DTV. We had discussion about this proposal and will review the language. We are making some progress but our priority issues (job security, healthcare, pensions, wages and Alliance) remain unresolved.


Barganing report #42

The Bargaining Team met with the Company today to reject their retrogressive Comprehensive Package passed on 4/19/18.  
The Union passed numerous proposals including:  Wages, Moving Expenses, Healthcare, Absence, Articles 33 - 45, Employment Security, Job Security, Successorship, Alliance Funding, Electronic Monitoring, Proposals for DTV,  Proposals for USVI