Looks like AT&T has avoided a strike in its mobility unit. They’ve reached a tentative deal with the Communications Workers of America (CWA), covering over 20,000 AT&T mobility workers. According to the CWA, the proposed settlement “…provides for a compounded wage increase of 8.8 percent over the four-year contract term, along with a $500 bonus. More than 11,000 retail sales consultants now will earn a minimum monthly commission of $1,000 if sales goals are met. In addition, some 500 consumer care workers will receive job upgrades and additional pay increases, as will 50-70 wireless technicians.” The agreement still has to be ratified by the union members.
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