CWA Local 9410

Contract Updates

CWA members overwhelmingly voted to ratify the tentative agreement covering 21,000 AT&T Mobility workers under the Orange Contract. Congratulations on a hard-fought contract!

The new contract offers more pay, more job security, and more work for CWA members. As we see AT&T's non-union competition eliminate thousands of jobs, close a dozen call centers, and cut back on pay, we are fighting back against these headwinds for real improvements in the wireless industry.

Although we know this agreement is not everything we deserve, we will keep fighting and are proud of what we achieved together.

Great contracts are not won at the bargaining table. They are won on the shop floor and on the streets. As more and more CWA members become active in our union, we will see our power strengthen. After 11 months of mobilization, tough bargaining and a historic three-day strike, it was you and your coworkers who proved to the company that when we stand together, we win.

Solidarity Forever,

Dennis Trainor
Vice President
CWA District 1


CWA Local 9410 Mobility Tentative Agreement ballots were mailed yesterday Wednesday, December 20, 2017 to our members and are due back by Friday, January 5, 2018.

If you have not receive your ballot as of December 26, 2017, please contact the HALL ASAP at 415 777-9410 ext. 12 and leave your name, address so we can mail a ballot to you ASAP. 

Mobilty Tentative Agreement


CWA and AT&T reached a Tentative Agreement on July 15, 2017. The new four year agreement will expire April 4, 2020.
Listed below are a few of the highlights of the agreement:

NEW! Tentative Agreement has been reached with AT&T for the CORE. The monitoring days have been reduced for the service representative title from 10 days a month to 8 days a month. The other change was to provide a more defined wage transition schedule for Direct TV employees and retro active payments to the Direct TV employees from January 1, 2017 to date if this agreement is ratified. All changes are subject to ratification.

Significant Wage Increases
* 3.0% retroactive to October 1, 2016
* 3.0% effective upon ratification
* 2.25% - April 8, 2018
* 2.5% - April 7, 2019

Success Sharing Plan
* Success Sharing Plan (SSP) award based on annual AT&T stock performance and dividends ($1,500 paid in 2016)

* Yearly 1% increase in Pension Bands starting in January for years 2017, 2018, 2019and 2020
* Lump Sum Pension Option
* Move from AT&T Savings and Security Plan (ASSP) to AT&T Retirement Savings Plan (ARSP) which provides a broader fund line up and lower administrative, trustee, and recording keeping fees

Health Care
* Medical Plan Cost Share 2018 - 27%, 2019 - 28%, 2020 - 29% as of January 1st each year

   Two Options:
o Lower premiums and higher in-plan cost
o Higher premiums and lower in-plan cost
* Continue Kaiser HMO at a discounted rate
* Employees hired after January 1, 2015, including 410 Premises Technicians, will move to the lower Current Employee Medical Benefits (27%), effective January 1, 2018
* Expand wellness program including personal coaching, web based tools and disease
* Enhanced Dental and Vision plans
* Backfill for Benefits Help Representative

Job Security
* Continue Employee Security Commitment (ESC) and extend it for those hired between April 8, 2012 and April 9, 2016. Pooling and all Article 2 processes remain in effect.
* Continue Enhanced Severance Benefits (ESB)
* Increase relocation allowances
* Continue National Transfer Plan (NTP)
* 2020 Career Path Meeting

Premises Technicians
* $2.15 an hour increase at ratification which includes, $0.55 per hour increase in addition to general wage increases
* 40 hours guaranteed work week
* Decrease time-in-title requirement from 30 to 24 months
* Reduce Mandatory Overtime cap to 14 hours
* Personal Days Off (PDO) count towards the 40 hour work week
* Improve layoff provisions:
       o Increase severance table from 4 to 6 weeks  o Increase layoff notification
       o Layoffs by inverse seniority
* Joint Union and Company Committee on Premises Technician Overtime

DIRECTV Field Services
* DIRECTV West Field Services employees becomes part of Appendix E in the Core agreement, and some of the highlights include:
o $250 lump sum in addition to general wage increases
o Employees will transition to new wage schedules and placed at the step closest to, but notless than employees’ current weekly wages
o Employees not at the top step of their wage schedule will receive a wage increase every 6 months until progressed to the top step
o Health and welfare benefits the same as Premises Technicians
o Work rules the same as Premises Technicians
o Grievance and arbitration procedure
o Horizon’s Training/Retraining Program
o AUTS access

Appendix D
* All Appendix D Technicians will move to Appendix A as Systems Technicians
* Employees will transition to new wage schedules and placed at the step closest to, but not less than employees’ current weekly wages
* Employees not at the top step of their wage schedule will receive a wage increase every 6 months until progressed to the top step
* Will receive Appendix A work rules (e.g. 49 hour rule)
* Employees will move to Core medical benefits

Other Agreements
* Continue Tuition Aid Reimbursement Plan Continue the Horizons Training/Retraining Program
* Joint Union and Company Committee on Monitoring
* Continue Card Check agreement
* Continue Successorship language
* Add Communications Technician and Facilities Technician to the titles receiving work boots
* Arbitration Rights for grievances filed after expiration
* No Strike/No Lockout for the period of time for ratification
* Wage Credit up to 5 years
* No Job Offer Guarantee (JOG) to the Leverage Title
* Leverage Title Target Relief

Retrogressions Fought Back
* Health Care at 32% for all
* Attendance 5 paid days for all
* New hires- no paid sick days
* Freeze Pensions
* Eliminate 49 hour rule
* Eliminate Sunday Premium pay
* Eliminate Sunday plus four scheduling
* Eliminate off shifting pay
* Eliminate employment Security
* Additional Info and Attachments

ZONE E                           CURRENT      AT RATIFICATION     DIFFERENCE
WAGE SCHEDULE 12    $1,569.50       $1,663.67                    $94.17
WAGE SCHEDULE 11    $1,513.50       $1,604.31                    $90.81
WAGE SCHEDULE X      $1,394.00       $1,477.64                    $83.64
WAGE SCHEDULE V         $836.40          $886.58                    $50.18
WAGE SCHEDULE 10    $1,341.00       $1,421.46                    $80.46
WAGE SCHEDULE 9      $1,284.00        $1,361.04                   $77.04
WAGE SCHEDULE 8      $1,270.00        $1,346.20                   $76.20
WAGE SCHEDULE 7      $1,237.00        $1,311.22                   $74.22
WAGE SCHEDULE 6      $1,202.50        $1,274.65                   $72.15
WAGE SCHEDULE 5      $1,148.00        $1,216.88                   $68.88
WAGE SCHEDULE 4      $1,140.50        $1,208.93                   $68.43
DTV & APPENDIX E        $1,040.00        $1,125.60                   $85.60         


 In Solidarity,

Your CWA District 9 AT&T West and DIRECTV Bargaining Teams

All official negotiation and mobilization information will be delivered on the District 9 website. (, Local Websites and email lists.

Your Bargaining Committee


 NATIONWIDE – AT&T workers, members of the Communications Workers of America (CWA), have given company executives until Friday, May 19 at 12noon PT to present serious proposals that invest in good jobs with a future. If AT&T officials refuse to negotiate fairly, CWA workers will walk off the job in a three-day strike .This is a short strike - we will walk off the job on Friday, May 19 at 12noon PT and return to work on Monday, May 22 for our scheduled shift. Many AT&T wireless workers across 36 states and DC will join picket lines, as will wireline workers in California, Nevada, and Connecticut, and DIRECTV technicians across California and Nevada. This would be the first time AT&T Mobility workers go on strike, potentially disrupting a large number of retail stores across the country this weekend.

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