This article appeared online at TheNewAmerican.com on Monday, March 6, 2017:
The union representing AT&T workers in five southern states announced on Thursday that it had reached a tentative agreement with AT&T Southwest that includes a promise to hire 3,000 American workers to do jobs previously done overseas.
It’s a four-year deal that includes wage increases, paid parental leave, and sweetened healthcare benefits for some 20,000 AT&T workers. It’ll become effective after the union membership approves it.
There was some apparent reluctance on the part of the company to include the resourcing, as its statement didn’t mention it: