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Tentative Agreement & Meeting - October 16

Friday - September 30, 2016

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CWA LOCAL 2001 Original/Legacy Frontier Members,

A Tentative Agreement has been reached between the Communications Workers of America and Frontier Communications.

A Contract Explanation Meeting has been scheduled for October 16, 2016. You will receive meeting details, a Tentative Agreement Summary, and a Ballot in the mail.

Your Bargaining Committee will also be available to you to answer questions.

President Ken "Mister" Williams

West Virginia AFL-CIO Disaster Fund Application

Monday - August 22, 2016

Attached is the relief fund application for active and retired union members and their families that have been affected by the June 23rd flood.  Because many union members are not aware of the fund, please distribute broadly to reduce the risk of brothers and sisters missing the opportunity to apply.  Please note the deadline for submitting application is Wednesday, September 14, 2016.  If you have any questions, please give us a call at the office at (304) 344-3557.

WV Communications Workers Vote on Primary Election Endorsements

Friday - April 08, 2016

The Communications Workers of America West Virginia State Council has voted to endorse 2016 West Virginia primary election candidates.  

Endorsed on the statewide level are Jim Justice for Governor, Natalie Tennant for Secretary of State, Jason Pizatella for Auditor; John Perdue for Treasurer, Walt Helmick for Agriculture Commissioner, Doug Reynolds for Attorney General and Darrell McGraw for Supreme Court.

Frontier workers weary of contract talks

Thursday - July 30, 2015

By Jennifer Smith in News | July 30, 2014 at 1:42PM

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Communication Workers of America took to the streets of downtown Charleston Wednesday afternoon to raise awareness about their ongoing contract negotiations with Frontier Communications.

The union’s current contract ran out on Aug. 2, 2013. Both sides have agreed on more than a half dozen extensions over the last 12 months. However, with the latest extension set to run out on Saturday, CWA members said they’re tired of waiting. They want a new contract, something they said was promised by the company when it bought out Verizon back in 2010.


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