On Tuesday, there are over 20,000 employees from AT&T based in Connecticut, California, and Nevada has began a two-day strike to protest what the union referred as harassment inflicted by the company.
AT&T, the phone company, is settling new legal agreements together with the Communications Workers of America. According to the president of CWA district that covers Nevada and California, Libby Sayre, the compasny has set restrictions on the standard bargaining-support routines like putting on union buttons and stickers. She further stated that unlike any other bargaining strike, this event is restricted and extendable.
Marty Richter, the spokesperson from AT&T, . . . → Read More: AT&T employees on a strike due to company harassment