Communications Workers of America
FIGHTING TO KEEP JOBS IN THE
& IN OUR COMMUNITY
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson made a promise to invest in his workforce and create at least 7,000 jobs if the tax bill passed.
Well, the bill did pass, and AT&T received a $20 billion windfall. But instead of creating jobs, AT&T has laid off over a thousand workers across the country in the past few months. And the company keeps sending work to low-wage and overseas contractors, devastating families and communities across America.
AT&T workers are fighting back. CWA members at AT&T Midwest and AT&T’s national Legacy T division are fighting for fair union contracts and have voted to strike if necessary to secure a deal that guarantees good jobs, affordable healthcare, and a secure retirement.
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