CWA 3611, Raleigh, NC
Communications Workers of America
4915 Waters Edge Drive, Suite 295, Raleigh, NC 27606
Telephone (919) 851-3611
CWA is the bargaining representative for:
--AT&T -- AT&T Mobility -- Avaya -- AT&T Advertising & Publishing
--AT&T Utility Operations -- Printing, Publishing and Media Workers
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Next Membership Meeting:

Tuesday, September 8, 2015, 7:30 pm

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Fax (919) 854-5442
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Welcome New Members!


Many AT&T new hires have not yet received a copy of the Working Agreement. The document is available online by clicking one of the links below.
(The U-Verse section begins on page 323.)
At the Union Hall
4915 Waters Edge Drive, Suite 295

AT&T SE Third Quarter 2014 Seniority Tie Breaker List for
North Carolina
(List is sorted by Exchange, Title & Seniority Date)
In Memoriam
P. R. Latta
AT&T SE did not declare a surplus for the 3rd quarter in
North Carolina
Read the Current Bargaining Reports from District 3
Local 3611 Contract Mobilization
Workshop, June 26, 2015
Local 3611 Contract Mobilization
Workshop, June 27, 2015
3611 Informational Picket, July 31, 2015
More than 75 members of Local 3611 held an informational picket on S. Saunders Street near the Hubert St. Workcenter in Raleigh on Friday, Aug. 7.
3611 Informational Picket, Aug. 7, 2015
Contracts Expire at AT&T SE
Workers Will Stay on the Job and Continue the Fight for a Fair Contract
Atlanta – The 28,000 workers at AT&T Southeast, members of the Communications Workers of America, will work without a contract as their collective bargaining agreement expired at midnight tonight.

“We’re going to keep our fight for a fair contract going while we stay on the job,” said CWA District 3 Vice President Richard Honeycutt. “For weeks we have pressed AT&T Southeast to get serious about bargaining and to get off its outrageous demands that will hurt workers, their families and communities. We’re ready to bargain for a fair agreement, but we need AT&T Southeast to be ready to do the same.”

AT&T Southeast is a very profitable company and earned $6.5 billion in profits in 2014. Yet after weeks of negotiations, the CWA bargaining team reports that AT&T Southeast management continues to demand concessions in job security, health care, and working conditions, including a demand for excessive forced overtime by workers.

“Our members showed their determination to get a fair contract with 96% voting to authorize a strike if necessary. That remains an option. For now, we’ll be on the job, without our contract, but providing the quality service customers deserve,” Honeycutt said.

The negotiations cover workers at AT&T Southeast, AT&T Utility Operations and BellSouth Billing. A separate contract that covers workers at YP Holdings has been extended while negotiations continue.