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February 8, 2009

AT&T, cell-service workers continue bargaining

Filed under: Union,US,Wireless — DF @ 10:16 am
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According to MarketWatch: “AT&T and its wireless-service workers agreed to continue bargaining over a new labor contract after their previous agreement expired. The contract covers 20,000 of AT&T’s 300,000 employees.”
“On Friday, the union said in a statement that issues outstanding included wages, pensions, overtime, sales commissions, scheduling, subcontracting and job classifications, among others.”

Update (02-08-2009): AT&T-union talks hit snag as strike deadline nears, accordong to BusinessWeek

1 Comment »

  1. AT&T wireless and their union workers are bunch of assholes. They behave like there is no crisis out there, just their fat asses and unpaid overtime.
    Also AT&T employs tons of H1B foreign workers, probably to cover the loses caused by it’s union workers (strikes, overtime payments, – all these kind stuff).

    Comment by Bubba — February 8, 2009 @ 10:24 am | Reply


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