Details Released On Tentative CWA And Frontier Agreement, No Layoffs

By Robert Bordelon

"When we fight, we win!" declares the final page of the agreement details released by the Communications Workers of America District 2-13 (CWA).

A tentative agreement between CWA and Frontier Communications came after 11 months of bargaining and a 22-day strike, including three terms for the 1,400 workers involved in the recent collective bargaining strike: health care cost increases, wage increases, and job security for 200 workers whose positions were in question.

The summary can be read at, including summary charts of changes to health care plans.

Read more in the Friday, March 30, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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