Frontier Communications and the Communications Workers of America have finalized a new five-year union contract covering over 1,100 employees in five Midwest states after seven months of negotiations.
CenturyLink and the Communications Workers of America (CWA) union will begin negotiating a new deal after the 12,000 workers in the District 7 area voted against a proposed contract.
Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) contract with 4,500 wireline workers in California represented by Communications Workers of America District 9 expired at midnight last night. CWA District 9 includes a...
Frontier Communications and the Communications Workers of America union that represents about 200 of the carrier's employees in Pennsylvania have ratified two labor contracts.
CenturyLink and the Communications Workers of America District 7 have reached a tentative five-year labor agreement covering about 11,000 legacy Qwest employees.
Frontier Communications employees in West Virginia are stepping up efforts for their voices to be heard as the carrier negotiates with the Communications Workers of America on a new contract that would affect about 1,600 Frontier workers in the state.
Cablevision attorneys will be forced to defend the company against a complaint filed by the National Labor Relations Board after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request to suspend the case NLRB is waging at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.
Cablevision asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to suspend complaints filed by the National Labor Relations Board--a move that could allow some of its field technicians and dispatchers to proceed with a vote to exit the Communications Workers of America.
AT&T and the Communications Workers of America have ratified a four-year contract covering about 3,000 employees in the telco's East region. CWA District 1, which represents wireline workers in Connecticut, is the last AT&T wireline unit to ratify an agreement out of the seven that had contracts that expired in 2012 and early 2013.
Cablevision CFO Gregg Seibert was forced to halt a presentation for investors at a conference in New York Thursday afternoon when union protesters from the Communications Workers of America began shouting from the audience.