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AT&T Mobility Purple Contract 2024 - STILL TIME TO VOTE!


We are in our last week of voting on the Purple Tentative Agreement and you still have time to vote! Voting is active until March 22nd at noon. If you are in need of a ballot please take a moment and fill out the form. Here are a few highlights from the agreement.

  • General Wage Increases: The top step of every wage schedule will receive the following increase:
Effective DateTop of Step Increase
February 24, 2024


February 23, 2025


February 22, 2026


February 21, 2027


This results in a 4-year compounded increase of 14.7% at the top step.

There will be no increase at the start rate, and all other steps will be exponentially increased.

  • Cost-of-Living Increase to Protect Against Inflation:In addition to the general wage increases above, the agreement includes additional wage increases in 2025, 2026, and 2027 in the event that inflation exceeds our general wage increases. This ensures that unexpected inflation will have a limited effect on our members' standard of living.
  • Call Share Commitment:The company will bring the level of call flow to CWA District 6 call centers to at least 9% of total mobility calls by December 31, 2024 and no less than 10% through 2026 and 2027.
  • Customer Care Jobs: The company will post and fill 250 call center jobs in each year of the Agreement.
  • NEW Corporate-Owned Retail Store Commitment: ATTM agrees to keep Company Owned Stores at no less than 20% of the Total Stores operating in each calendar year of this CBA, limiting the growth of outsourced, third-party Authorized Dealers.
  • Expanded Employment Security Commitment:The current CBA requirement that surplus employees be offered positions at other CWA-represented locations is expanded to include all job titles covered in the agreement. This protection is also expanded to cover all surplus announcements, not just those resulting from a location closure.
  • Mandatory Overtime Limits: Mandatory Overtimes will not be assigned in excess of 8 hours per week except in cases of emergency.
  • Overtime Payments after Eight Hours of Work: Employees will be paid at 1.5x overtime rates for any hours worked in excess of 8 consecutive hours. Holidays, company-paid union time and Excused Days with Pay shall be considered time worked for the purposes of this calculation. These additional overtime payments do not apply to Small Biz Advisor II, Business Account Executive, St. In Home Sales Experts, National Distribution Account Executives or employees working alternative schedules.
  • Eligibility for Illness and Injury Paid Time: Employees with more than 1 year of service will be eligible for paid illness and injury time. Employees with between 1 and 5 years of service will have a 1 day waiting period of Consecutive Scheduled Working Days and employees with more than 5 years of service will have no waiting period.
  • More Flexible Bereavement Leave: “Funeral/Memorial Service” changed to “Recognition of Death” to ensure eligibility of members with a death in their immediate family if no funeral or memorial service was held. Paid days may be taken within 7 days and requests can be made to further postpone paid time in the event the memorial service is scheduled beyond the 7 day period.

Healthcare and Other Benefits:

·       Maintained 29% Cost Share for current employees hired prior to 1-1-25

·       Maintained 32% Cost Share for new hires hired after 1-1-25

·       New Hires eligible for healthcare, dental, vision begins on date of hire

·       Health Savings Account matching in 2025 up to $250

·       Fertility Services

·       Preventative Care drugs not subject to the deductible

·       Adoption Reimbursement up to $5,000 per child

·       Surrogacy Reimbursement up to $5,000 per child

·       Cryopreservation Reimbursement up to $5,000 per child