AT&T Reaches Agreement with 17,000 Striking Workers

March 23, 2017

AT&T Inc. reached an agreement with thousands of striking technicians and call-center workers in California and Nevada that will allow them to report to work on Thursday. An AT&T spokesman said the strike has been resolved. He declined to […]

With Nod to Trump, AT&T Union Votes to Strike

February 9, 2017

The union’s main point of contention is job security, and union spokeswoman Candice Johnson said the CWA is negotiating to ensure workers in AT&T’s US call centers aren’t replaced by staff overseas. With negotiations ongoing, the union will hold […]

Union Victory Over Staples and Postal Privatization

January 10, 2017

“This is a big win,” said APWU President Mark Dimondstein. “Staples is out of the mail business. This is also a big win for those who care about their neighborhood post office, and for all those who think that workers should earn a fair living wage […]

UCLA Workers Launch Strike as Contract Talks Stall

January 9, 2017

The workers alleged in the complaints that UCLA representatives have “deliberately delayed contract negotiations, threatened and retaliated against union members and refused to bargain over retroactive pay on raises it promised to the workers,” union […]

Hundreds of Workers to Strike UCLA Over Labor Dispute

January 6, 2017

“The strike is expected to have significant impact on critical services, and will affect students returning from winter break, as well as the public,” the union said. It urged people to reschedule nonessential medical appointments and avoid the campus […]

Lufthansa Pilots Union Pushes for Second Week of Strikes

November 27, 2016

Lufthansa’s principal pilots union is escalating its battle with Germany’s largest airline as it seeks to disrupt flights for a second week. Jörg Handwerg, a labor representative, said the renewed strike was being called after talks over pay […]

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