Hey, att is union, I worked there, quotas s---ed, people were laid off and jobs were cut, what did the union do?? Took my money, never stepped up, had nothing to do with quotas and union people were laid off. The union sheep will see as it happens to them!
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I am a former rep in Brooklyn and was unionized.
CWA has done nothing to help us in regards to anything except take money from our paychecks. Find any Brooklyn employee and contact them. Even a shop rep was fired without CWA being able to save him. So far few employees have been fired and every lay off that came with Brooklyn was effected too. Everett also, the store was unionized and Verizon closed it. CWA did not do nothing to prevent it.
First it was ops/exp specialists that were let go, one included a CWA shop rep. Second round of layoffs came and same thing. CWA never even reached out to provide any assistance to any of the union members, in fact CWA was taking the union dues from the severance packages. Talk about slap to the face, all the promises but no delivery. Before I was let to go, Brooklyn was starting a petition to de-unionize but a judge ruled they cannot, the contract is bad its why it is not posted on their website. The people that stood out there 45 days protesting turned their back on the union and want out.
Stupid to Unionize? How so?
How is being non union working out for them between the closures, downloadbesttorrentblog.rus, the ever increasing quotas, the workload increase, the micro managing. Yeah how stupid of them to try to better themselves.
Lol....NO! That would be stupid.
Probably not, wireless workers prefer to not have a voice and not bargain over benefits, wages, compensation, quota or anything of the sort. The VZW way is to be obedient sheep
right to work states... they are just the reverse.. without a union, right not to work states....
dumb--ses.... how much sh-- do you like to eat??? it sounds like allot..without a union you and your future are f---ed..cwa just helped 87 of you wireless scum become unionized.. guess what... they have jobs and fellow coworkers do not...haaaaa haaaaaa
Wireless employees do have the option to join the CWA, but it's a complicated process, and something that, no matter how unfairly I feel I'm treated, I would never consider, nor recommend.
As for wireless pulling out of right to work states, Hilliard is still going strong. Sure, the entire financial services department was relocated to Florida, and the IT team has been screwed in so many ways; as far as cust care, tech support and BSC, there's no end in sight in Ohio. Same for all retail locations within the state. At least, not this week...
No they're not .
VZW will not go union. VZW has pulled out of all states not "right to work". Accenture has been in talks with VZ for a while now to take over VZW call centers except for the 6 that are covered currently by tax abatements in AL, SC, NC, and IL. VZ will run out the abatements and eventually rebuild overseas. Check the state department of taxation for the states listed prior for information on the abatements. The company, if less than 50% into the abatement, can pay the back taxes on the abatement if the cost of the back taxes is less than the operational costs going forward or can run the abatement out and then close the center.