CWA web sites are saying that the the proposed contract has been voted DOWN by the members, 54%/46%
I guess now we'll see whether Century Links business strategy is union busting or if it really intends to wants to compete by offering the best service possible.
Have to admit it is pretty sad, being represented by/working for a company who, can't find common ground in 12 months.
Has to make you wonder how timely decisions are made "upstairs".
Women who weren't pregnant when the last contract expired have since given birth and are back at work since.
When Centurylink bought Qwest they immediately became a big dog along with AT&T and Verizon. It is high time they start acting like it. Centurylink needs to act on their seven principles of business.
They need to realize that they bought a Bell Company and not another cable company..
Fire them, hire replacements, problem solved.
Management is getting ready for a lockout.