Passenger Service Agents represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA), reached a tentative agreement with Envoy Air on their first collective bargaining agreement.
The New York Call Center Jobs Act has passed in the New York Assembly by a count of 93-19, and will head to the Governor to be signed!
Management has refused to recognize the bargaining unit that employees have proposed, and is pushing for a far narrower scope of eligibility for the union.
At the 2019 Public Sector Conference in Memphis this week, CWAers heard about how public workers can fight back against vicious anti-union attacks at the state level and nationally.
This week, CWA members are launching a program to fight back against job instability, corporate tax loopholes, and the trade deals that harm working people.
CWA Activists took part in a three-day gathering of activists, union members, moral leaders, and advocates from more than 40 states to strategize, learn, and build power together.
AFA-CWA President Sara Nelson testified before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Sub-Committee on Aviation this week.
Union Plus has awarded $170,000 in scholarships to 108 students representing 34 unions, including seven winners from CWA.
The Secretary-Treasurer of CWA Local 6012 and Vice Chairman of the Oklahoma Democratic Party won the Carl Albert Award, a lifetime achievement award and the Oklahoma Democratic Party's highest honor.
In large parts of the states examined by CWA, AT&T has not upgraded its copper network to fiber to better serve customers.
The latest from AT&T and Air Wisconsin.
CWA has been a leading opponent of the deal and has kept concerns about job loss and lower wages in the wireless industry at the center of the discussion.
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