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NEW YORK - A strike at Verizon's wireline division by two separate unions is now dragging into its third week with both sides leveling a series of accusations against each other in the media. Members of the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) voted to go on strike in April after failing to reach a new contract with the carrier. Wages, benefits and the movement of jobs offshore are said to be the main concern of the two unions as the company looks to downsize its copper-based network.
Last week, the carrier announced that it was aggressively investigating a rash of service interruptions to customers that it claimed were the direct result of sabotage. There have been at least 49 such incidents since the beginning of the strike where as during a normal year the carrier said it might average 11 such incidents. Although not directly blamed for the incidents, the CWA released a counter statement denying any knowledge and instead blaming the network outages on Verizon for poor maintenance of its facilities.
This week the CWA has began making its own accusations against the company, filing a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission stating that Verizon is forcing wireline customers to move from copper to fiber-based delivery in violation of FCC regulations. The complaint was co-signed by a number of consumer interest and lobbying groups such as Common Cause, Public Knowledge, USAction and Citizen Action of New York.Read more
NEW YORK - A strike among wireline workers at Verizon Communications has resulted in a backlog of installation orders and provisioning requests. On Wednesday, April 13th nearly 40,000 members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and Communications Workers of America (CWA) walked out on their Verizon jobs in protest of stalled contract negotiations. Sticking points for the unions seem to include issues such as healthcare, temporary job relocations, pensions and offshoring call center jobs.
While the company conceded that there was a "bit of a delay" in fulfilling orders, the company claims to have brought in a temporary non-union workforce of approximately 20,000 personnel to help ease the backlog and hopes to resume installations within the next week.Read more
NEW YORK - George Fischer, senior vice president of global sales at Verizon Enterprise Solutions, has named Janet Schijns vice president of global channels for Verizon Enterprise Solutions. Schijns succeeds Adam Famularo.
Verizon has driven significant growth in its channel business in the past 18 months, including a 10x increase in new business through the agent channel; the company will continue to build on the momentum of its channel team.
New York - Xo Communications today announced plans to sell major portions of its network assets to Verizon for $1.8 Billion. Among the assets included are Xo's entire nationwide fiber network and fiber-based IP and Ethernet networks. Verizon is also agreeing to lease wireless spectrum licensed to Xo with an option to purchase it at a later date, pending FCC approval. The company currently owns 102 wireless licenses across the country in the 28 and 39GHz range, which covers 45% of the U.S. population. Verizon has stated that it intends to use the spectrum as part of its upcoming migration to 5G.