AT&T, CWA Strike Tentative Deal
AT&T Mobility and the Communication Workers of America have come to a tentative agreement about terms for a new contract. The terms of the deal include an 8.8% increase in pay over the course of the contract, a $500 bonus, and a minimum $1000 monthly commission for sales consultants (given a certain level of sales performance). The contract will last for four years and blankets some 20,000 AT&T workers.
Verizon Makes It Pricer to Break Contracts
Verizon Wireless has changed its terms of service and made it more expensive for customers to leave the carrier before the end of their contract. Under the old terms of service, all customers who purchased a smartphone agreed to an ETF of $350.
Big Tech Firms Settle Wage Suit Terms
Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe have agreed to new payout terms to settle a lawsuit over hiring practices in Silicon Valley. In 2011, former workers alleged the companies conspired to not poach one another's employees in order to avoid a salary war.
Sprint Brings Back Two-Year Contracts - With A Catch
Sprint has reversed its position on contracts and starting today began offering them again as an option to customers purchasing new equipment. Sprint customers can pay full price for phones, lease them, break payments up over time, or sign a two-year contract to purchase phones at subsidized prices.
LG and Samsung Sued Over Hiring Practices
A former LG employee is suing both LG and Samsung, alleging the companies have a no-recruit agreement between them in the U.S., which can impact employees' potential earnings. Accuser A.
What a load...
Translation: Agents bend over.
This whole thing is BS. I'm sorry but my sales goals are the same as core stores and I don't bitch about it. I do my job to the best of my abilities and get a pretty good pay check for it. I think its stupid that unio
I dont know the details of the demands but I do know your post is rediculo...
This is 2X better then the "Simple Comp" T-Mobile just rolled out
CWA, Where do I sign up?