Bargaining and Mobilization Update

Frontier Communications

Frontier Communications workers in California rallied in Pomona on Friday calling on the company to honor its contract with its employees, and demanding a stop to the company's offshoring of jobs. They also showed their support for workers in Connecticut who are negotiating a new contract to replace their contract that expires in mid-October.

"We are making it known to Frontier that our top priority is keeping good jobs in our communities," said CWA District 9 Vice President Frank Arce. "In addition to providing better service for its customers, the company must not leave its employees behind. Frontier workers deserve nothing less than a fair contract."

"Frontier has broken its promises to customers and to its workers," said CWA Local 9588 President Maggie McCormack. "It's time for the company to invest in our communities and negotiate a contract that brings back U.S. jobs."


Frontier Communications workers in California rallied in Pomona on Friday calling on the company to honor its contract with its employees, and demanding a stop to the company's offshoring of jobs.

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Altice

CWA Local 1103 members at Altice are standing up to say NO MORE outsourcing work to contractors. Workers rallied outside of the Westchester County Board of Legislators on Monday to demand job security and fair treatment from the company. Altice has eliminated more than 1,000 good jobs in the tri-state area, shifting the work to lower-paid contractors.

Local 1103 President Kevin Sheil said, "It's simple: Westchester workers and consumers are getting a raw deal from Altice. Altice has systematically eliminated good middle-class jobs in order to make a quick buck, which harms all of our communities in Westchester County."


CWA Local 1103 members at Altice rallied to demand job security and fair treatment from the company.