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.
As we inch closer to a deal, wages remain a sticking point. We have agreements on many very good improvements for every group in the Orange Contract, but the Company still needs to reach into their pockets to secure fair raises. AT&T has been making record profits, paying executives millions of dollars, and paying dividends to their shareholders. It is time they also take care of their employees.
The latest organizing information for AT&T In Home Experts, the Tower Climbers Union/CWA, and Integral Care (Austin-Travis County Mental Health Authority).
The latest bargaining information for Frontier Communications in California, the City of Camden in New Jersey, OFS Fitel, and McClatchy.
Last week, CWA local leaders and political activists attended the first ever Louisiana Legislative/Political State Conference in Baton Rouge, and other news.
The Texas Climate Jobs Project (TCJP), partnering with CWA, released a new report that highlights the impact low-road contractors in the broadband industry have on workers and consumers.
Last week, Jobs to Move America, Greater Birmingham Ministries, and New Flyer of America announced a community benefits agreement covering New Flyer’s facilities in Anniston, Ala., and Ontario, Calif.
Members of CWA Local 3263 have been bargaining for a fair contract for weeks; OFS Fitel refuses to raise the starting wage above $16 per hour for their highly skilled and dangerous work.