Local 7803 [MAP]
16328 Renton-Issaquah Rd.
Renton, WA 98059
425-204-8495

Meetings:

General Membership Meetings are the 2nd Thursday of the last month of each quarter (ie. March, June, September and December) at 6:30 p.m.
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E-Board Meetings are the 2nd Thursday of the month at 4:30 p.m.

Stewards Meetings are the 2nd Thursday of even numbered months at 5:30 p.m.

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Member Employer News

AT&T Mobility

Orange AT&T Mobility Contract Ratified

August 4, 2022

CWA members have voted to ratify a new four-year Agreement covering 12,000 AT&T Mobility workers under the Orange Contract. Congratulations on a hard-fought contract!

The new Orange contract offers adjustments for inflation, adds parental leave, limits mandatory overtime, extends job security protections, curtails the outsourcing of jobs to third party retailers, and much more. With this agreement, we have the security of knowing that our wages will continue to grow over the next four years.

Although we know this agreement is not everything we deserve, we will keep fighting and are proud of what we achieved together.

Great contracts are not won at the bargaining table. They are won on the shop floor and in the streets. As more and more CWA members become active in our union, we will see our power strengthen. After nearly 7 months of mobilization and tough bargaining, we were able to avoid a strike. It was you and your coworkers who proved to the company that when we stand together, we win.

In Solidarity,

Dennis G. Trainor, Vice President CWA District 1, Unity@Mobility


Tentative Agreement with AT&T Mobility

June 30, 2022

CWA is proud to report that we have reached a tentative agreement for CWA members under the Orange contract at AT&T Mobility.AT&T Mobility Tentative Agreement


Read the latest report here.


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CWA / AT&T Bargaining Report #11

March 4, 2022

The Orange Bargaining Committee continues to meet with the Company every day, and unfortunately there is not a lot of positive movement to report.

As we have said many times, Medical Benefits are a major issue. It is disgraceful that a company that makes so much money continues to offer benefits proposals that will raise costs for many members that need the benefits the most. We continue to work on important issues like chargebacks and sales relief for our RSCs and ISCs and improvements for ISSLs, scheduling time off, mandatory overtime, safety and much more.

Your Bargaining Committee will not stop fighting until we have a fair and equitable contract to bring to you.

As a reaction to the Company’s continued concessionary proposals, you will see mobilization begin to ramp up over the next few weeks. There is a full mobilization plan in place that will begin rolling out next week. We need you to stay in touch with your Local Mobilization Team and get involved in all activities. This is the time to fight! Stay Mobilized and Unified!

WE will prevail—ONE DAY LONGER, ONE DAY STRONGER!!

In Solidarity:

  • Pat Telesco, District 1
  • Tonya Hodges, District 1
  • Michael Baxter, Local 1101
  • Frank Oliva, Local 1298
  • Hannah Long, Local 2204
  • Jeff Reamer, Local 13000
  • Julie Daloisio, Local 13500
  • Renee Rouser, Local 4320
  • Danielle Brewer-Collier, Local 4900
  • Corey Davis, Local 7103
  • Rosa Wilson, Local 7110
  • Alex Dorado, Local 9421
  • Erdem Onder, Local 9509

CWA / AT&T Bargaining Report #8

February 17, 2022

The Union Bargaining Committee continues to meet with the Company every day. Today, the company passed one of the most offensive and concessionary proposals we have seen from them in many years. After your bargaining team expressed their outrage at the Company’s proposal, the Company immediately withdrew their concessionary proposal.

While the Union is here trying to address the current economic situation and improve the financial well being of our employees, the company is clearly not taking our proposals seriously. They are not interested in offering improvements; they are looking to go backwards. We reported that there was positive movement last week it was surprising that they took such a tone today.

We anticipate a long week of bargaining, and the company needs to come to the table and get real. We need our members to stay informed and mobilized.

WE will prevail—ONE DAY LONGER, ONE DAY STRONGER!!

In Solidarity:

  • Pat Telesco, District 1
  • Tonya Hodges, District 1
  • Michael Baxter, Local 1101
  • Frank Oliva, Local 1298
  • Hannah Long, Local 2204
  • Jeff Reamer, Local 13000
  • Julie Daloisio, Local 13500
  • Renee Rouser, Local 4320
  • Danielle Brewer-Collier, Local 4900
  • Corey Davis, Local 7103
  • Rosa Wilson, Local 7110
  • Alex Dorado, Local 9421
  • Erdem Onder, Local 9509

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