Justice at T-Mobile

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T-Mobile Workers United (TU) opened its first field office in Wichita, Kan., on July 25, 2016 to support the growing momentum and energy of the union's organizing campaign at T-Mobile US and MetroPCS. The new office will be a place where workers can learn more about TU and members can ramp up their efforts to improve call centers, retail stores, and other facilities.
Lead by Congressman Mark Pocan (D-WI), 14 members of Congress signed a letter to the petition committee of the German parliament, the so called Bundestag, as the committee is dealing with a petition about labor rights at T-Mobile.

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T-Mobile has always prided itself on taking work-life balance seriously--but now the company is poised to force customer representatives in some locations to work on Christmas Day. All T-Mobile workers want for Christmas is to be able to spend this special time with their families and loved ones, like most families across America.
When a T-Mobile employee complained to human resources that she was being sexually harassed by her supervisor, the company’s response was shocking. T-Mobile told her to just stick it out and threatened to fire her if she discussed the situation with her co-workers.