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Effects bargaining opened with AVAYA, CenturyLink, Frontier, and Verizon. National Red Cross talks continued this month. INOVA’s contract expiration was extended, and an MOA was reached with LifePath.
CWA District 2-13 is now accepting applications from District members, as well as children and grandchildren of members, for the 2022 Maisano Labor Scholarship.
The National Coalition of Unions addressed hours of work, staffing, overtime and premium pay, and healthcare, among other issues.
The Virginia State Council of the Communications Workers of America announced today that they have endorsed Terry McAuliffe for Governor.
FCC Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel held a virtual fireside chat to discuss how the FCC is addressing the pressing need for affordable, reliable broadband service.
CWA members have been mobilizing to pass the PRO Act, but many people have still not heard about this critical bill which will give workers the tools they need to build power at their workplaces.
Talks opened with Frontier. America Air negotiations have been postponed, and MWAA is at impasse. Comcast South Hills negotiations continue. CenturyLink VA has a TA, and Comcast Alle-Kiske and Community College of Baltimore contracts were ratified!
CWA and Frontier have agreed in principle to a two-year extension of the collective bargaining agreement covering employees in West Virginia and Virginia. The current agreement is set to expire August 7, 2021.
The Bargaining Committee reports substantial progress in many areas, but Comcast seems to have no interest in coming to terms on fair wages for South Hills members.
While the Bargaining Committee gained some ground in this fight, they report they are still far apart as Comcast continually undervalues our members' worth.
The Union Bargaining Committee, with input from Local Presidents, agreed to enter into limited negotiations aimed at an extension with Frontier.