Telecom giant agrees to settle with Seattle-based worker Jesse Mason, who Verizon Wireless illegally fired in April 2022 for union organizing. Settlement serves a major victory for workers, who are continuing to succeed despite company’s aggressive attempts at union-busting.
New Report by CWA Highlights the Harms of Outsourcing to Authorized Retailers in the Wireless Industry
February 9, 2023
CWA and the National Employment Law Project released a new report that provides a first-of-its-kind look at the effects of outsourcing in the wireless telecom industry.
December 15, 2022
CWAers continue to fight to fully fund the NLRB, CWA airport workers rally for better working conditions, CWAers in New York win a major legislative victory, and more.
Three Years Into Verizon 5G Deal, New Report Finds San Diego Loses Annual Revenue While Promised Community Benefits Failed to Materialize, Potentially Costing Taxpayers Over $1.3 Million
While San Diego subsidized Verizon’s deployment of 5G, access fell short of expectations and the public-private partnership has not helped to close the city’s digital divide.
Adding to the nationwide worker momentum at U.S. retail stores, Verizon Wireless retail workers in Oswego, Ill., today voted to form a union with CWA in an official NLRB election.