More than 13,000 workers represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) in 13 Western and Midwestern states are fighting for a fair contract at CenturyLink. Their contract was set to expire at midnight on Oct. 6, but workers stayed on the job under a temporary extension while they try to win a fair contract.
The workers—customer service agents, network technicians, Internet support workers and others—voted earlier by 88% to authorize a strike if a fair contract cannot be reached. The union says critical issues include the offshoring and contracting out of work, health care and retirement security.
Show your solidarity and support for these workers by liking their Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/CWADistrict7.