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Mobility Contract Ballots February 28, 2014
The ballots for the Mobility contract ratification vote, were delivered to the post office this afternoon for mailing. You should expect to receive it in the next few days. We must receive the ballots back no later then 8AM Friday March 14Th in order to be counted. Members will be notified as soon as a final vote count has been conducted.
The C.W.A. District 3 contract with AT&T Mobility expires on February 7, Members of Local 3108 rallied outside the call center at the corner of Technology and Research Parkway, in Orlando February 6. We were joined by representatives from Jobs with Justice (JwJ), Central Florida AFL-CIO, YAYA, Youth and Young Adult Network of the National Farm Worker Ministry (NFWM), Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), the A. Phillip Randolph Institute (APRI), the Orlando Light Brigade, and Orange County –FL. Green Party. Student Labor Action Project (SLAP), American Postal Workers Union (APWU), American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU).....Solidarity Forever!
For months we have been subject to AT&T's "nationwide" idling policy. We ask you to please file an OSHA complaint. You cannot be retaliated against for filing this complaint. Please note that OSHA has to investigate each and every filed complaint. Please click here to file an OSHA complaint.
Calling All CWA Retirees
We are starting a retiree chapter for our local union. Please provide your information to the following contact to join.
The triangle symbolizes the three major programs of the union: Representation, Organizing, and Community/Political Action. None can stand alone. If the triangle is broken on any side, sooner or later it will be broken on every side. CWA's founding president, Joseph Beirne, called this the "triple threat."