Frontier workers in California vote to authorize a strike
CWA represents nearly 2,000 members in California whose current contract with Frontier California expired on September 4. The contract expiration came a day after CWA members at Frontier voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike after being fed up by continued delaying tactics and retrogressive proposals from the company. The strike authorization vote gives the union the ability to strike at any moment, if needed.
Frontier workers in California also held an informational picket to put pressure on the company to bargain a fair contract with the union. The picket, organized by CWA Local 9586, was part of the effort to increase pressure on management to do the right thing and prioritize workers over profit.
For more information on bargaining updates please visit the CWA District 9 Website.
CWA bargaining update (CWA, Sep. 16, 2021)
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