CWA members at Frontier Communications in California participate in an unfair labor practice strike to protest the company’s retaliation against workers
CWA members at Frontier Communications in California participated in an unfair labor practice strike to protest the abusive actions of a Frontier Communications supervisor who retaliated against workers for union-related activities, in violation of the National Labor Relations Act, as well as state and federal laws and the company’s code of ethics. After repeated incidents and multiple grievance filings, the members walked off the job in protest. As a result of the strike, the supervisor has been temporarily suspended.
The workers are continuing to bargain with Frontier for a fair contract. Despite entering into federal mediation, the company refused to make progress on several key issues including wages, job security, affordable healthcare, and issues related to working from home.
CWA members at Frontier Communications in California participated in an unfair labor practice strike.
Frontier Communications bargaining update (CWA, June 2, 2022)
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