CWA Local 3205

Recent Updates:

The Work From Home (WFH) MOA has been extended thru Sept 30,2022! Please see below a copy of the MOA.

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**Bargaining has began at the CWA National Level for Wireline COVID Vaccination Mandates - See below under "Recent News" for all future updates**





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The PRO Act Means More Power For Union Members

When workers organize, mobilize, and strike together we can build power and win the wages, benefits, and working conditions we need and deserve. But that can be extremely difficult when our current laws keep the balance of power tilted in favor of CEOs and the super-rich.

The problem is, when CEOs and the 1% hold so much power, our economy and laws stay rigged in favor of the wealthy. They get richer while our wages stay stagnant and our working conditions get worse. We need big change.

The Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act (H.R. 2474) is historic legislation that will put power in the hands of workers and reverse decades of legislation meant to crush unions. The bill will completely change labor law as we know it and shift power away from CEOs to workers.

The House of Representatives may vote on the PRO Act soon, so we must push our Members of Congress to do the right thing and support this bill.

AT&T made big promises to create jobs if Congress passed a big tax cut for corporations. But instead of creating jobs, AT&T continues to cut jobs, and the company is stonewalling workers who want a fair contract that keeps jobs in our communities. It's time for Congress to launch an investigation to find out what happened to the billions of dollars of our money that they gave away to AT&T and other corporations that are cutting jobs.

We need to let Congress know that keeping American workers employed and our communities strong should be their top priority.

Recent News

Brothers and Sisters
Today the company provided CWA with a partial response to our comprehensive request for information (RFI). We expect that they will be providing us with a full response very soon. Our bargaining committee spent the day in caucus reviewing the information provided and formulating a counter proposal to the company's proposed mandate. Additionally, CWA's legal department has been in consultation with our committee regarding the impact of the federal requirements that were announced yesterday.
Brothers and Sisters,
Our national CWA bargaining committee met with the company's bargaining team to start the bargaining process.  The company presented a proposal that would require employees to be vaccinated.  The Union responded to the company's proposal by submitting a detailed request for information (RFI).  The RFI seeks detailed information about the company's vaccine mandate proposal, the reasons for the proposal, and how the company proposes to administer a mandate.  We now await the company's response.