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, February 9, 2015
7:30 pm
4915 Waters Edge Drive, Suite 295

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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&T SE Fourth Quarter 2015 Seniority Tie Breaker List for
North Carolina
(List is sorted by Exchange, Title & Seniority Date)
In Memoriam
P. R. Latta
ATT SE Surplus Declaration for First Quarter 2016
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
CWA members voted to approve the Tentative Agreement. Votes were tabulated on December 4, and 52% of those members who voted voted "YES."

Local 3611 voted two to one against the ATT SE TAand voted for the Utilities TA by 52.6%.

The Company and Union will conduct joint coverage of the contract changes in the near future. Effective dates for the changes are being finalized now. Retroactive pay increases should be included in the final paycheck of 2015.

CWA Local 3611 lost a long time member, supporter and friend when Gary Cappy died August 29. He and his wife, Miriam Melendez have run Grass Roots Press, a Union print shop here in Raleigh, and have done much of the printing for the Local over the years, including the monthly newsletter. Gary spent his life devoted to social justice activities. He worked with the UFW on the grape boycott in Pittsburgh and later moved to Bakersfield, CA to work with Cesar Chavez. It was there that he learned the printing trade. He met his wife, Miriam, in New York while working in a print shop for NYPIRG. They opened Grass Roots Press in Raleigh in 1988. As his obituary in the News and Observer says, "Gary always felt he could support the underdog through his printing. He was also a proud union member of CWA Local 3611."
He will truly be missed by his brothers and sister at Local 3611.

In Memoriam
Gary Cappy
ATT SE and Utilities Tentative
Agreements Approved