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AT&T, Communications Workers Of America To Continue Talks

AT&T Inc. (T: Quote) said it agreed to continue negotiations with the Communications Workers of America concerning the expiration of four Core Wireline contracts covering nearly 40,000 employees.

The company noted that the employees will work under the terms of the expired contract while negotiations continue.

The contracts are East, Legacy T, Midwest and West.

The East contract covers more than 3,000 employees in Connecticut. The Legacy T contract covers nearly 6,000 employees spread across the country. The Midwest contract covers about 13,000 employees in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin. The West contract covers more than 17,000 employees in California and Nevada, the company added.

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