Unions Play on Executive Pay

Hecht, Randy B.
March 2003
Workforce (10928332);Mar2003, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p18
Reports that the Communications Workers of America has launched a television commercial as a counterattack against anticipated layoffs by Verizon communications company in U.S. in 2002. Controversy on the salaries and bonuses of Verizon executives; Intention of the labor union to acquire public sympathy; Response of Verizon to union accusations.


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