WORKERS WILL REBEL AGAINST THE ROBOTS AND LIES
This week thousands of ATT&T Inc. employees walked off the job to start what turned out to be a three-day protest. The walk-out protested work rules some in-home technicians and the company’s attempt to replace their U.S. call-center jobs with overseas contractors.
Since 2012 AT&T has cut 12,000 U.S. call-center jobs.
The Communications Workers of America reported that landline workers in California, Nevada and Connecticut and DirecTV technicians in California and Nevada joined the grievance strike.
TALK IS CHEAP AND THE DECEPTIONS' OBVIOUS
So while the Trump Administration talks big about job creation their deeds speak louder than their words. Feeling emboldened by an Administration that will do nothing for workers, allow employers to reduce health benefits and retirement benefits, employers who line up talk job creation do otherwise.
CBS NEWS REPORT DEMONSTRATES A DRIVE TOWARD WORKER SOLIDARITY
NEW YORK - Up to 40,000 AT&T (T) workers have started walking off the job over contract fights with the phone company, the Communications Workers of America (CWA) said Friday.
Workers will strike in 36 states and Washington, D.C. on Saturday and Sunday and return to work Monday, according to the union.
The walk-outs will include 21,000 workers on the wireless side of the company, which the union says raises the prospect that some cellphone stores could be closed this weekend in Washington, D.C., or one of the states affected.
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ADDITIONAL BLOGS YOU SHOULD READ
- Robots Are Quickly Becoming the New Middle Class
- AT&T could face massive strike this weekend, CBS
- The Communication Workers of America
- Up to 40,000 AT&T workers walking off job over contract rights
- The Lombardi Law Firm
- Workers’ Compensation in Iowa
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