OSHA Takes Action Against Disciplining Workers Who Report Injuries
Feb 23, 2014
After nearly 2 1/2 years of CWA's efforts to have AT&T get rid of their behavior-based, safety discipline policies—during which time many locals have filed complaints with state and federal OSHAs (as well as contractual grievances)—the DOL filed suit against the company re. 13 Ohio cases. These are the best of the 34 total cases in Ohio. Read More...
CWA Joe Bierne Foundation Scholarship
Bierne Scholarship applications now being taken.
Fifteen partial college scholarships of $3,000 each are being offered for the 2014-2015 school year. Winners, selected in a lottery drawing, also will receive second-year scholarships of the same amount contingent upon satisfactory academic accomplishment. Read More...
Subject: AT&T Mobility Campaign -- Training Update
More than 1,650 Mobility workers have participated in the national Unity@Mobility training so far. For those of you that have had members participate, thank you.
The elected bargaining team was brought into Washington for face-to face negotiations with the company. As a result of those negotiations, a tentative agreement, to extend the current Collective Bargaining Agreement until June 13, 2016, was reached early Friday evening. The details are included in the hyperlink, embedded in the title of the article, in "The President's Corner".