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The Company has notified us that WEA has been voluntary in most locations until now, but it will become mandatory effective 7/29/2020. The Company advised there will be a 5 day grace period for employees to obtain their own thermometer, but they will be required to have one after that time. They have also stated the WEA will be completed on Company time at the beginning of each employee's tour. 

There will be an informational meeting held on August 4, 2020 at 6:30pm. In light of the on-going Covid-19 pandemic and our efforts to keep all members safe, this will be a virtual meeting to give an update on the Local since March. A brief Q&A will follow informational session. See below for details on how to join the meeting.

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https://zoom.us/j/93602400006?pwd=QkJ0ZUFSM2JYKy9uWkM3azNydDZOZz09

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Attached are the Selection Activity reports as well as the Job Ad report for May

**Attention Core Techs and Wire Techs**

Below are the April 2020 Selection Activity and Job Ad reports

AT&T has expanded paid lactation periods to cover working mothers throughout the U.S., launched a new resource to help families and working mothers understand the resources available to them, and launched an enterprise-wide lactation accommodation process to help supervisors successfully manage and comply with lactation accommodation requests.

I have attached two (2) documents prepared by District 3 General Counsel.  These documents provide an overview of the federal legislation that was recently approved by congress.  

1 - Coronavirus Aid, Relief, & Economic Security Act - Unemployment Compensation Benefits
2 - The Families First Coronavirus Response Act