Voltage management agreed to pay increases averaging 78% and increase transparency at work.
The Payroll Support Program (PSP) is set to expire in October, even though the aviation industry's crisis is far from over.
This crucial bill passed the House in May, but has stalled in the Senate.
Today marks the 55th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act being signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson.
Netroots Nation is the biggest annual progressive conference in the United States.
The podcast "Who Is?" has just released an episode focusing on Paul Singer, the billionaire hedge fund CEO behind Elliott Management's predatory campaign to destroy AT&T.
We must honor the distinguished memory of Congressman John Lewis and the values he fought so bravely for by making sure that our country has safe and accessible elections in 2020.
Passenger service agents, Flight Attendants, and other aviation workers are on the front lines of an unprecedented crisis for the airline industry caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The report features 14 first-hand stories from workers impacted by climate change, including CWA members.
Lawrence School District Paraeducators and staffers at Hope Community, Inc., are among those voting to join with CWA.
Prosegur, formerly known as Command Security Corporation, is a federal contractor for the United States Postal Service.
On July 23rd, two CWA members told personal stories to the Denver Health Board of Directors about their experiences with racism on the job.
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