Jul 17, 2014

Global Trade Deals Can No Longer Include Investor State Dispute Resolution

The U.S. could learn a thing or two from Germany. In that country, there is nearly universal opposition to Investor-State Dispute Settlement, the provision the U.S. is pushing for in the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership and a proposed deal with European nations. Read More

Jul 10, 2014

T-Mobile Is A Two-Faced Union Buster

There are two sides to T-Mobile. Read More

Jul 3, 2014

Amazing Days in Berlin in the Fight for Workers’ Rights at T-Mobile US

Germany Passes Historic Minimum Wage, Expands Bargaining Coverage Read More

Jul 1, 2014

Taking It To the ‘UnCarrier’

Why should CWA members care about workers having the right to organize without fear of retaliation from employer? All of our industries are consolidating. We need to build power in every sector. If more than 7 percent of private sector workers were organized, workers could bargain better contracts. Read More

Jun 5, 2014

Workers, Allies Take Their Fight to T-Mobile Annual Meeting

CWAers, joined by student activists from United Students Against Sweatshops and AFL-CIO union supporters, leafleted outside the T-Mobile US annual meeting in Bellevue, Wash. The goal: show shareholders and the public that T-Mobile, despite the advertising dollars spent branding itself as the "cool wireless company," is really just like Walmart, another documented labor law violator. Read More