Tag Archives: CWA

T-Mobile Responds To Planned Occupy Wall Street Protest March

T-Mobile has responded with a brief statement to todays news regarding an Occupy Wall Street protest planned for a T-Mobile store in New York City that was set for 12:30pm. As it stands, we haven’t heard anything or seen any imagery that tells us the march itself actually took place. From my experience with TmoNews and over three years of constant conversations with T-Mobile employees they tend to be some of the … [read full article]

“Occupy” Protesters And Communication Workers To March On New York T-Mobile Store

According to an early morning press release, hundreds of Occupy Wall Street protestors and members of the Communication Workers of America will march on a local T-Mobile store to show they are the 99%. Apparently there are some upset feelings toward T-Mobile’s alleged “anti-worker and union busting tactics,” according to the morning press release. The hope that is that hundreds of CWA members and “Occupy Wall Street” protestors will take part in the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Responds To Reuters Story Regarding Call Center Job Cuts

In response to last weeks report about Deutsche Telekom cutting almost 2,600 jobs at their American arm, T-Mobile USA has now responded with their own statement that hopes to clear the confusion. What is apparent is that T-Mobile believes this “rumor” was spread by the Communication Workers of America union and that the information provided simply isn’t true. The recent rumor spread by the CWA that T-Mobile has cut call center jobs … [read full article]

German Workers Fight For T-Mobile USA Employee’s Rights

Workers from ver.di, the German telecommunication works union came together during Deutsche Telekom’s annual shareholder meeting and demanded the company ensure that their American counterparts at T-Mobile USA receive the same rights as they do. Forming a human chain around the venue and releasing black balloons the workers showed a strong sign of solidarity with T-Mobile USA workers. In Germany, DT recognizes the union and has a collective bargaining agreement with the workers. … [read full article]