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Unfair Labor Practice Strikes at AT&T Southeast
Posted On: Sep 08, 2015
CWA locals representing AT&T workers in two District 3 locations held unfair labor practices strikes last week. Both locals reported a successful resolution of issues that provoked the strikes.

New Orleans

In New Orleans, above, members of CWA Local 3410 walked out on Aug. 28 to protest the action of an AT&T manager, Eric Vance, who struck a local union officer on an informational picket line with his company vehicle. Vance purposely gunned his engine and drove carelessly through a peaceful picket line, the local said.

It wasn't the first time that Vance has been the focus of an unfair labor practice, the local noted. So when AT&T management again refused to address Vance's outrageous actions, members decided they had enough and walked off the job in protest.

As a result of the ULP strike, that manager has been transferred.

In a separate incident in Pensacola, Fla., members of CWA Local 3109 began an unfair labor practice strike at 7 a.m. on Aug. 28, following illegal threats made by management to a union member.

A manager told a CWA member that if he sought union representation for a performance warning, he would suffer more serious consequences and a longer period of disciplinary action.

This obvious unfair labor practice ended with the manager rescinding his warning altogether and writing a letter of apology to the member and the local.

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