Thread regarding AT&T layoffs

D9 Sunday Night?

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Post ID: @OP+1s89uNVh

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So it’s either May 3 or just wait on D3, the more strategic move for more leverage. If the company repeats like last bargaining and offers right before D3 bargaining, we need to wait , think about it with D3 since the company is stringing it out.

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Post ID: @3krq+1s89uNVh
Which is why the company will be shifting benefits, outsourcing work and laying off slugs just like you.

Show us the ESB papers and half the union work force will be gone.

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Post ID: @3wab+1s89uNVh
People that talk about money are generally insecure about soooomeething 😂

It's spelled out in the contract so it's not a secret.

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Post ID: @3ywn+1s89uNVh

“ Why would I leave if I could sit around and do nothing for $96K”

People that talk about money are generally insecure about soooomeething 😂
Yeah we already knew goof..

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Post ID: @2lbk+1s89uNVh

“ The results of the strike authorization vote are in, 92.57% of the Membership authorized President Cummings to call a strike pending Executive Board approval.”

All talk no action, can’t wait to hear the next excuse for not walking….” We don’t strike on days that end in “Y”.Goofs

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Post ID: @2rbm+1s89uNVh

“ Why would I leave if I could sit around and do nothing for $96K”

Which is why the company will be shifting benefits, outsourcing work and laying off slugs just like you. Everyone knows union slugs sit around and do nothing anyway.

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Post ID: @2yeu+1s89uNVh

Tick Tock!

April 18, 2024

The results of the strike authorization vote are in, 92.57% of the Membership authorized President Cummings to call a strike pending Executive Board approval.

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Post ID: @2gtx+1s89uNVh

You’re supposed to be working per the contractual rules in your bargaining agreement as well as following all company EH&S policies/practices already genius.

The current agreement expiring and union and company agree to work under the rules of the expired agreement until a new one is accepted is pretty normal. Just STFU and do your job already.

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Post ID: @2ixi+1s89uNVh
Wait, you won’t walk because you couldn’t get a job anywhere else.

Why would I leave if I could sit around and do nothing for $96K/year as you seem to think? Show me the ESB and then I'll leave.

Contract time is the greatest time to be union: 8 hour days. No callouts and no OT. Work to rule. There are plenty of safety rules the company has placed in writing to send tickets back.

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Post ID: @2yyj+1s89uNVh

“ I am with the post, F*** the company”

Put your money where your mouth is big shot…resign. Oh wait you’re so far in debt you can’t afford to.

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Post ID: @1wgr+1s89uNVh

“ I am with the post, F*** the company”

Then go work somewhere else union slug

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Post ID: @1qqa+1s89uNVh

“ I am with the post, F*** the company, management is the reason we spent so much and now can't manage the debt load. Craft had nothing to do with purchasing DTV and TimeWarner.”

This has to be satire or simply the most ignorant post this year.I’ll go with the latter Karen.

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Post ID: @1mon+1s89uNVh

@1suk+1s89uNVh cry more.

A person with an ounce of brain can research recent successful labor strikes and find that there was a maximum of 3 issues on the table causing a strike.

I am with the post, F*** the company, management is the reason we spent so much and now can't manage the debt load. Craft had nothing to do with purchasing DTV and TimeWarner.

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Post ID: @1lcs+1s89uNVh

“ Give it about 12 months, at&t has too many people being paid to reduce a strike impact. They will eventually fold on most issues.”

Yeah ok, just another union slug with no guts and key board muscles. Just walk already, that’s what all you goofs said you would do. No takes you seriously, we are laughing every single day at how you’ve thrown every bit of leverage out the window, kiss all your benefits, pay increases and job security goodbye. That’s the best union negotiating team you could muster ? See you in the yard tomorrow mo--ns.

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Post ID: @1suk+1s89uNVh

The Union and company are too far apart on too many bargaining issues. The union needs to get resolution on 80% of these issues, then call a strike on remaining ones. I suspect those will be pension, sick time and transfer of work.

Give it about 12 months, at&t has too many people being paid to reduce a strike impact. They will eventually fold on most issues.

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Post ID: @1lkf+1s89uNVh

Union is not going to do anything nothing but a bunch of cowards

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Post ID: @1ntj+1s89uNVh

“ Can you imagine how they will act when they have to cover the work of the D9 union members? ”

Hey union slug, just walk already. Covering your work will only take about 10 minutes a day, which is why the clock is ticking for all you goofs. Wait, you won’t walk because you couldn’t get a job anywhere else. All talk no action union goof.

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Post ID: @1glc+1s89uNVh

Look at other posts on this board. 99% of them are managers throwing a fit about having to work from the office. Can you imagine how they will act when they have to cover the work of the D9 union members? Those cry babies may have a stroke.

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Post ID: @1aud+1s89uNVh

Makes no sense to go at the end of the month and only have 9 days of benefits left. We will probably wait until May 1 to go I’d imagine

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Post ID: @vsm+1s89uNVh

You goofs will do what you always do, watch American idol and go to work in the morning.

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