Brooklyn Cablevision workers commemorate the one-year anniversary of their vote to join the CWA union and the workers’ rights legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in their rally demanding a fair contract. After one year, Cablevision executives still … Read more
Leaving Brooklyn Behind: New Report Highlights How Cablevision Shortchanges Workers and Customers in Brooklyn Report Surveys Cablevision Customer Complaints and Shows Dangerous Conditions of Cable Lines and Equipment Brooklyn – The Communications Workers of America, joined by New York City … Read more
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On a tele-town hall, Brooklyn residents complained about the company’s slow internet speeds and the way in which it has treated its Brooklyn workers following their vote to unionize at the beginning of the year.
Cablevision’s bargaining tactics aim to bust worker support for union Be Our Guest columnist Gertrude Villegas charges management intimidating fellow workers seeking better pay, conditions By Gertrude Villegas / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Published: Monday, October 15, 2012, 4:00 AM Cablevision … Read more
All the performers (except the woman) are current techs of Cablevision. This is a labor day gift from these inspiring workers in Brooklyn about the movement these folks started. Enjoy and share.
A song from Brooklyn Cablevision workers to their Brothers and Sisters in the Bronx