Every year on this day, I proudly salute the thousands of CWA member and retiree military veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice.
Across the country in advance of election day, CWA members engaged in an intensive, grassroots effort, talking to working families about issues that matter most to them and the importance of turning out to vote for candidates who put working people first.
The complaint also finds Verizon management made unlawful threats to employees at multiple Seattle-based stores in an effort to discourage unionization.
Communications Workers of America Announces New and Expanded Apprenticeship and Training Initiatives, Millions in Investments to Grow and Diversify Workforce Ahead of Nationwide Broadband Expansion
Part of the Biden-Harris Administration’s Talent Pipeline Challenge, CWA has secured new partnerships with employers and industry associations, including NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association, AT&T, and more, opening doors to training opportunities and new job pathways.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette workers stand in solidarity with Lisa Cunningham, who resigned as editor of the Pittsburgh City Paper yesterday after management interfered in her reporting on our boycott of the Butler Eagle.