Outrageous.

Twenty-three Brooklyn Cablevision-Optimum workers were illegally locked out and fired on January 30. Why? When they tried to speak with a Cablevision-Optimum vice president about the company's lack of good faith bargaining, the vice president claimed they were striking even though none of the workers had refused to work. In fact, some of the workers who had begun their routes were called back to the garage to be terminated.

Over a year ago, Brooklyn Cablevision-Optimum workers voted to join CWA.They are fighting for fair pay, good benefits, and dignity and respect on the job.

Sign our petition to tell Cablevision-Optimum to reinstate these workers and bargain a fair contract:

I stand with the 23 Brooklyn Cablevision-Optimum workers who were illegally locked out and fired on January 30. These firings are a violation of the National Labor Relations Act, which protects the rights of workers to engage in group activity. I urge Cablevision-Optimum to reinstate these workers immediately and bargain a fair contract.
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