Verizon Shareholders to Vote for Change of Course as Investor and Customer Concerns Grow

Days before Verizon’s annual shareholder meeting, the Communications Workers of America (CWA) announced today that Verizon workers, who also hold an estimated $1.3 billion in the company’s stock, will vote for a series of shareholder proposals to improve the company’s corporate governance. Verizon workers, who have been on strike since April 13, are saying the company’s short-sighted decision-making is hurting Verizon’s shareholders, customers and long-term viability.

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Verizon Regional Bargaining Report # 53

Your Bargaining Team met with the company in Rye this afternoon for approximately 2 1/2 hours. We made some compromise proposals in a number of areas, designed to kick-start the bargaining process. One of these proposals included a plan that would give the company greater flexibility in routing customer service calls, while at the same time limiting the amount of contracting out of that work overall.

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VERIZON STRIKE: Continuing Medical Coverage While on Strike

There have been many questions raised related to continuing medical coverage during the strike. Here are some facts that will help answer those questions.

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Verizon Shareholders to Vote for Change of Course as Investor and Customer Concerns Grow

Days before Verizon’s annual shareholder meeting, the Communications Workers of America (CWA) announced today that Verizon workers, who also hold an estimated $1.3 billion in the company’s stock, will vote for a series of shareholder proposals to improve the company’s corporate governance. Verizon workers, who have been on strike since April 13, are saying the company’s short-sighted decision-making is hurting Verizon’s shareholders, customers and long-term viability.

Read more »

Verizon Regional Bargaining Report # 53

Your Bargaining Team met with the company in Rye this afternoon for approximately 2 1/2 hours. We made some compromise proposals in a number of areas, designed to kick-start the bargaining process. One of these proposals included a plan that would give the company greater flexibility in routing customer service calls, while at the same time limiting the amount of contracting out of that work overall.

Read more »

Verizon Regional Bargaining Report # 52

Today, Verizon presented what it described as its “last, best, and final offer” to your bargaining teams in Philadelphia and Westchester. Unfortunately, their “last and best” was little more than the “same old bullshit.”

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