Building Broadband Better in Colorado: Unions Urge State Broadband Office to Better Prioritize Fair Labor Practices in Colorado BEAD Plan
Colorado must further prioritize forward-looking measures when it comes to fair labor practices, rather than retroactive measures of past compliance.
First-ever comprehensive labor neutrality agreement in semiconductor industry sets historic new precedent on brink of $52 billion allocation of federal CHIPS funding
In a significant milestone for the semiconductor manufacturing industry, IUE-CWA, Alameda County Building and Construction Trades Council, Jobs to Move America and Akash Systems, an innovative chip-maker, have announced labor agreements covering both construction and production workers, including an historic first-in-the-industry labor neutrality agreement for semiconductor production workers.
CWA President Claude Cummings Jr. released the following statement regarding President Biden’s announcement of the Presidential Memorandum on Advancing Worker Empowerment, Rights, and High Labor Standards Globally.
The Communications Workers of America (CWA) has launched a powerful ad, encouraging the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) to ensure that the nearly $1 billion in federal funding the state is receiving for high-speed broadband buildout goes to companies committed to quality, safety, and hiring locally.
Universal High-Speed Broadband and Good Union Jobs: CWA Celebrates Inclusion of High-Road Labor Standards in Delaware BEAD Plan
DTI plans to consider and prioritize a number of Fair Labor Practice standards when choosing which companies will build and maintain critical broadband infrastructure in Delaware, which should improve the applicants’ ability to perform work safely, effectively, and on time.