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As each of you already know, we have been dealing with a number of issues regarding the AT&T Southeast Uniform Program for quite some time now. An Executive Level Grievance was filed last year on this issue but unfortunately had to be put on hold during contract negotiations. Time after time, Labor Relations has made commitment after commitment to the District 3 Office that the issues brought to our attention by the membership will be addressed, and that the problems will be corrected.

A big thank you to Chris Johnson and his family, along with RJ Hanus for stepping up when a member need it. Our union brother Shannon was in a terrible accident leaving him temporary wheel chair bound. Without hesitation, these two jumped into action, and was able to get him a ramp built over the weekend!!

The fiduciaries for the BellSouth Savings and Security Plan (BSSP) periodically review the investment funds available under the BSSP, and in this case recommended changes to the investment line-up.

 

Due to a mishap, nominations and election for the VP role will be February 4th. 

The local received the notice below from our D3 Benefits Liaison: 

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As we start the New Year, AT&T has put out a letter that I think is to scare people into retiring now.  The attached letter was sent out around the end of the year, and everyone seems to be upset about it. 

 

We have received notification from the Company that in accordance with the BST Working Agreement, Network Operations will designate February, March, April and November as the 10 hour overtime months in 2020 for the organizations under Klenzak, Mustafa, Hargrove, and Locus.