Rossford Community News: “Protect our schools, preserve our community”

Courtesy of TOLEDO (13abc Action News) – Protect our schools, preserve our community. That’s the slogan of Rossford schools levy campaign. The 5.9 mill operating levy would cost 17.21 cents a month for a homeowner of a 100,000 home. Emily Klocko is a co-chair of the levy campaign. She says, “This is a no frills levy this is to maintain classroom sizes and keep our schools running, we’ve gotten less money from the state and because of the cost of […]

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AT&T Midwest Bargaining #33: We Demand a Fair Agreement!

May 01, 2015 Courtesy of District 4 CWA-UNION.ORG Efforts made by the bargaining team to reach an agreement yesterday further exposed the Company’s unreasonable and uncompromising attitude. Therefore, the bargaining team will continue to fight back, with the support of our membership, and hold the line for a fair agreement. Today, our leadership and bargaining team will be holding a call with Local presidents to determine our next steps. Locals should keep the heat turned up and demand the Company […]

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AT&T Midwest Bargaining #31

Apr 26, 2015 Courtesy of District 4 CWA-UNION.ORG Over the past few days, members of CWA District 4 continued to hold the Company’s feet to the fire with incredible mobilization activities across all five states. The bargaining team appreciates the impressive display of support and asks members to keep it up as they continue in the fight to bring home a fair agreement. As reported before, some major items are still out on the table. We’ll continue to battle through […]

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CWA 4319 Supports Putting the Brakes on Fast Track!

Courtesy of E-Activist at Communication Workers of America official website: April 20, 2015: Late last week Senator Orrin Hatch and Senator Ron Wyden joined with Representative Paul Ryan to introduce the Hatch-Wyden-Ryan Fast Track bill in the U.S. Senate. Despite months of negotiation over the bill, the process it outlines for passing trade legislation is the same process that has failed us time and time again. The result? Trade deals that make it easier for corporations to outsource jobs and […]

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AT&T Midwest Bargaining #26

Apr 16, 2015 Courtesy of District 4 CWA-UNION.ORG As the Bargaining Team works on proposals for the remaining outstanding issues, it appears the Company has decided to coast today. While claiming they want to expedite reaching a final agreement, their actions suggest otherwise! As Vice-President Hinton said on our President’s call yesterday, this bargaining team will continue to work hard to bring home an agreement, but we will not let this drag on indefinitely. All of our options are still […]

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AT&T Midwest Bargaining #25

Apr 15, 2015 Courtesy of District 4 CWA-UNION.ORG The bargaining team took a short break to recharge after 27 hours of straight bargaining Monday into Tuesday. The bargaining team is back at the table this morning working to protecting our current language as well as working on gains for all segments of our membership. The decision to work without a contract is not a sign of weakness or backing down, it’s quite the contrary. Bargaining is about movement at the table… […]

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AT&T Midwest Bargaining Report #24

4/14/15 10:30AM CST Courtesy of District 4 CWA-UNION.ORG With positive movement taking place at the table, the Midwest Bargaining team has made the decision not to extend the 2012 AT&T Midwest CBA and continue working and bargaining without a contract. The Company will need to prove to the bargaining team that productive talks will continue on the path towards a fair agreement. Your actions have shifted the power to the committee and we have taken control of the clock. Members […]

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AT&T Local 4319 Bargain Explanation: How Will It Work?

This is and explanation of what we know: You will continue to work You will still earn a paycheck. The company cannot change your wages or working conditions. All benefits, including health care, will remain in effect. The grievance procedure continues, but arbitration will not. You have the legal right to participate in “concerted activities.” You can mobilize on the job, wear buttons, leaflet and do information picketing.

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AT&T Midwest Bargaining #20

Courtesy of District 4 CWA Union Official website, April 12, 2015 The bargaining committee is back at the table today continuing in their fight for a fair agreement.   Progress is being made, but make no mistake, we are still far apart on many of our major issues. Though the contract has been extended for a short period of time, until Tuesday the 14th, our members need to keep the heat turned up. The committee reminds our members to continue showing the Company […]

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NEWS RELEASE: CWA Calls on AT&T to Bargain Constructively April 10, 2015

For release April 10, 2015 | Contact: Candice Johnson, CWA Communications, cjohnson@cwa-union.org As Contract Expiration Nears, CWA Calls on AT&T to Bargain Constructively Washington, D.C. — With just hours until the midnight April 11 expiration of two AT&T contracts, members of the Communications Workers of America and their bargaining teams are calling on management to bargain constructively on the key issues. After six week of negotiations, the CWA bargaining teams report that AT&T Midwest and Legacy T management is focused […]

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