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Friday, August 19, 2011

Verizon Customers Complain About Slow Service Brought On By Strike

As 45,000 Verizon workers strike, the company faces battles on multiple fronts. Not only must Verizon contend with picketing workers, but strained staff resources and the accompanying backlash from customers who contend service has gotten slower.

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Anonymous said...

I'll go without verizon comm. if that what it takes to oust the union.

Anonymous said...

Shouldn't they be mad at the strikers?

Anonymous said...

I think most business's are done with the union strong arm shake down. There was a time when they were absolutely needed and some industries still do but they always over reach and harm the company that feeds them. Personally I'd like to see all public unions disbanded they are corrupt by their very existence.

Anonymous said...

They need to get back to work. They need to tell the union to shove it, I'm headed back to work. Make the deal with Verizon while the employee's are working. Too many people have lost their jobs, lost hours or lost a lot more due to this economy and this course of action(striking) is BS.

Anonymous said...

They are going back to work while still negotiating. About time.