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1,400 Frontier workers in West Virginia and Ashburn, VA bargain for a new contract

CWA members at Frontier in West Virginia and Ashburn, VA, are bargaining for a new contract that covers approximately 1,400 members. Negotiations opened on June 5 between the company and CWA ahead of the current contract expiration in August. The negotiations come at a critical time for the company, which emerged from bankruptcy in April 2021. West Virginia is slated to receive $950 million from the bipartisan federal infrastructure bill to invest in expanding broadband internet access to locations across the state. Frontier members in West Virginia and Ashburn went on strike for three weeks in 2018 in order to reach an agreement that ensured that they would be able to provide quality service and keep good jobs in their communities. “Five years after our strike, we have the same priorities at Frontier in West Virginia and Virginia,” said Ed Mooney, Vice President of CWA District 2-13. “Our message is simple: we want a contract that supports quality jobs so we can deliver quality service.”

Frontier Bargaining
CWA Frontier members in West Virginia and Ashburn, VA, mobilize by holding workplace actions for a new contract covering thousands of workers.


Frontier (West Virginia) bargaining update (CWA, June 8, 2023)