ZeniMax Workers United-CWA Collective Bargaining Yields First-of-Its-Kind Tentative Agreement with Microsoft Over Use of AI in the Workplace
In the course of bargaining an unprecedented union contract at Microsoft subsidiary ZeniMax, 376 members of ZeniMax Workers United-CWA have won a tentative agreement to govern the company’s adoption of Artificial Intelligence in the workplace.
Subcontractors Incorporated Into Microsoft Bargaining Unit with CWA, Signaling New Pathway to Collective Bargaining for Contractors in the Video Game Industry
As a result of extensive worker organizing, Microsoft has agreed to incorporate a group of 77 Microsoft contract workers into the ZeniMax Workers United-CWA union, which represents over 300 quality assurance workers at Microsoft subsidiary ZeniMax Media.
The tentative agreement guarantees industry-leading wage increases and job security for members, many of whom have not received pay raises in four years despite working for one of the largest U.S. airlines.
Communications Workers of America Announces Union Principles for Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace
As American workers confront an uncertain future navigating the disruptive force of AI in the workplace, collective bargaining is one of the most powerful tools workers have to preserve the dignity of work and ensure that working families share in increased economic prosperity.
NABET-CWA President Charlie Braico and NewsGuild-CWA President Jon Schleuss released a statement in support of Federal Communications Commission Chair Rosenworcel’s announcement on a proposed rulemaking to support local journalism by prioritizing license application review for broadcasters that provide locally originated programming.