Elliott Management has sold its shares of AT&T stock just one year after it began its destructive campaign to make a quick buck by forcing AT&T's management to drastically cut costs.
This "COVID-19 leave blackout" applies to the thousands of Maximus employees who respond to Medicare and ACA calls.
Owners of the Times and Tribune Publishing agreed to pay $3 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging that women and journalists of color were paid less than their white male counterparts.
CWA's filing lays out serious procedural, public interest, and antitrust issues involved with the potential $7 billion transaction.
Over the next month, one hundred winners will each receive $1,000 in appreciation of all that they do for their communities.
CWA has established a memorial page for members who have lost their lives to COVID-19.
Elliott Management’s sale of its AT&T shares after one year shows that Elliott’s leadership was never interested in the long term success of AT&T, its workers, or its customers.
In a statement this week, CWA President Chris Shelton congratulated President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris on their victory.
CWA collaborated with the AFL-CIO to launch "Labor Women Get Out the Vote," a phone- and textbanking initiative during the final weeks of the 2020 elections.
CWA Local 9413-represented hospital workers at St. Mary's Regional Medical Center (SMRMC) picketed outside of the hospital in Reno, Nev.
Staffers of Color Of Change, one of the nation's largest racial justice organizations, have voted to join with CWA.
The CWA Joe Beirne Foundation will award 16 partial college scholarships of $4,000 each for two years for the 2021-2022 academic year.
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