New Report: Over 90% of ‘Authorized Retail’ Workers at Leading Telecom Carriers Report Wage Theft; Nearly Three Quarters Make Less Than $16 an Hour
A new report released today by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and the National Employment Law Project (NELP) provides a first-of-its-kind look at the effects of outsourcing in the wireless telecom industry.
CWA Member on Strike at Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to Attend State of the Union as Congressman Chris Deluzio’s Guest
James “Hutchie” VanLandingham, with a nearly 30-year career at the paper, will represent his fellow workers who have been on strike for over four months.
Throughout his career, Rep. Gallego has been a steadfast supporter of working families and the labor movement.
Once again our country is confronted with the brutal, deadly reality of the effects of structural racism on Black Americans, and once again a man has been murdered by police officers during a traffic stop.
Yesterday's announcement that Microsoft will be laying off more than 10,000 workers, like similar recent announcements at other companies, highlights the growing need for tech workers to organize and lock in meaningful worker protections.