News

The latest information about who is voting to join CWA.
Verizon Wireless retail workers in Everett and Lynnwood, Wash., and Brooklyn, N.Y., voted to ratify their contracts last Friday.
CWAers around the country are working to pass pro-worker legislation and supporting pro-worker candidates, defeat "right to work," and promote Build Broadband Better.
Last weekend, a group of retired BellSouth (AT&T) Operators held their 25th annual reunion at the CWA Local 3805 Union Hall.
Call Center Workers United members announced a new solidarity fund with hundreds of thousands of dollars in initial pledges to support workers at Maximus, the nation’s largest federal call center contractor.
The latest organizing news from Activision Blizzard, America's Test Kitchen, Wise Connect, and The Hill.
The latest bargaining information for DirecTV (Orange), Frontier Communications in California, and OFS Fitel, LLC.
CWA members continue to build support for the PRO Act, IUE-CWA members are running for office, and public education workers in Kansas advocate for more school funding.
Governor John Bel Edwards signed a bill into law that requires universities to provide payment or waivers for mandatory graduate fees for graduate students.
Workers at the Department of Children and Families (DCF) in Trenton, N.J., delivered over 1,400 letters to Commissioner Christine Norbut Beyer urging the state to include clerical staff in the telework pilot program.
CWA members at DirecTV have been bargaining for a fair contract for months; the owners of DirecTV continue to engage in divisive tactics and putting profits over workers.