AT&T asked to suspend job cuts to help US recover from virus pandemic

Friday 25 September 2020 | 10:50 CET | News
Elected officials from Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin and Indiana have asked AT&T to suspend its job cuts and offshoring in order to support the US recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, the Communications Workers of America reported. The company announced in June that it would be eliminating over 3,400 jobs across the country and that it would be closing over 250 AT&T Mobility and Cricket Wireless stores.

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Categories: General
Companies: AT&T / Cricket Wireless
Countries: United States
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