DALLAS, July 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Leadership of the Communications Workers of America has notified AT&T* that Mobility employees failed to ratify a four-year contract.
The proposed contract would have covered more than 40,000 CWA-represented Mobility employees nationwide. It is focused on benefits, including health care. Wages, pension, and work rules for union-represented Mobility employees are negotiated under separate contracts.
The parties have agreed to meet in a continuing effort to reach an agreement.
More information will be posted here as it is available.
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