Verizon Information Services and CWA Reach Tentative Agreement
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DALLAS -- Verizon Information Services and the Communications Workers of America reached tentative agreement last night on model amendments to each of the six expired collective bargaining agreements for the VIS New York sales offices in Albany, Buffalo, Long Island, Manhattan, Syracuse and Westchester.
The New York employees have been on strike since Oct. 31, 2005.
The tentative agreements are subject to ratification by the membership in each of these sales offices. If the contracts are ratified -- a process that should take about a week -- employees will return to work beginning Feb. 6, 2006.
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