CenturyLink Workers Say They Lost Benefits For Unionizing

Law360, Miami (April 5, 2013, 6:06 PM EDT) -- A group of newly unionized CenturyLink Inc. telecommunications workers in Winter Park, Fla., has filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board, claiming the company retaliated against their unionization vote with unilateral changes to their pay and health insurance.

In a complaint filed March 26, the 145 employees accused CenturyLink of changing their health insurance and making them ineligible for a previously promised performance bonus after the group voted to become part of the Communications Workers of America.

“The employer unilaterally changed the employee's status...
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