Frequently in the news are stories about American corporations outsourcing jobs to foreign nations, but perhaps less often we hear of jobs being “resourced” back to the United States. AT&T recently announced it promised to hire 3,000 American workers to do jobs previously done overseas as part of an agreement it made with the union representing its workers, reports the New American.
The agreement is a four-year deal
that includes expanded benefits, wage increases and paid parental
leave, which will impact some 20,000 AT&T workers. Continue Reading