Suspended Davenport East Little League coach Matt Kolar is still not back to work after failing to reach an agreement with Qwest. Kolar was suspended for two weeks by Qwest after missing a day of work to coach the team in the Little League World Series. Iowa Labor Federation President Matt Smith says Kolar, a union member, had reached a verbal agreement with the company, but turned it down when a written agreement included a “warning of dismissal.”Labor leaders had planned to picket Qwest, but called it off when it appeared an agreement had been reached. Smith says Kolar was given time off for last year’s Little League World Series, and it should never have been an issue. A Qwest spokesman Bryce Hallowell told Radio Iowa the company was surprised and disappointed that Kolar turned down the offer to come back to work. Hallowell says the “warning of dismissal” proposed for Kolar’s file was routine in a case like this. Hallowell says it means the employee will have to meet expectations of the position and if he doesn’t he could face another warning and other disciplinary action.Hallowell says Qwest supports the Davenport Little League team. He says Qwest is trying to win the “World Series of Customer Service” and needs all its teammembers on board to do so. He says it’s an unfortunate situation they hope will be resolved.Kolar has worked for the company the past 16