CWA Requests SEC Investigation of Activision Blizzard, Citing “Inaccurate and Misleading” Disclosures around Unfair Labor Practices and Sexual Harassment Allegation Concerns
On Thursday, the Communications Workers of America (CWA) requested that the Securities and Exchange Commission investigate “inaccurate and misleading disclosures” in filings related to the proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft.
Communications Workers of America members covered by the AT&T Midwest and national Legacy T agreements have voted to extend their contracts for four years.
Raven Quality Assurance Workers Become First Activision Blizzard Workers to Form a Union with Launch of the Game Workers Alliance with Communications Workers of America
Today workers at Raven Software, a video game studio under Activision Blizzard, announced the launch of their union, Game Workers Alliance Union (CWA), with Communications Workers of America. Game Workers Alliance (CWA) is the first unit within Activision Blizzard to form a union. Microsoft recently announced plans to acquire the company.
During his campaign, Joe Biden pledged to be the most pro-worker president in our country’s history and he has spent the last 365 days delivering on that promise.
A minority of the members of the Senate, who represent an even smaller minority of the American population, should not be able to stand between voters and the ballot box.
Last week’s announcement that three Delta Air Lines passengers face federal charges for allegedly assaulting an airline security officer and gate agent is welcome news to airport workers who have faced increased physical and verbal abuse while on the job.
“The proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft would represent a major change to the gaming industry and significantly strengthen Microsoft’s competitive position at a critical time in the industry’s evolution.”
Communications Workers of America President Chris Shelton has been named by Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh as the labor organization representative on the 12-person Telecommunications Interagency Working Group (TIWG). The TIWG was established by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act to develop recommendations to address the workforce needs of the telecommunications industry as part of the Act’s historic investments in broadband.
On Monday, workers at Denver-based Lumen Technologies plan to protest a policy giving non-union workers Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a paid day off while requiring over 5,000 unionized members to work on the federal holiday.
Communications Workers of America Applauds President Biden’s Nomination of Sarah Bloom Raskin for Fed Vice Chair
President Biden’s nomination of Sarah Bloom Raskin for Fed Vice Chair of Supervision is a critical step towards creating a financial system that serves all Americans.
In today’s powerful speech on voting rights, President Biden sent a clear message to members of the United States Senate: voting rights are essential to our democracy, and failing to act is not acceptable.
The January 6 attack on our Capitol was a betrayal of our country, not just by the extremists who directly participated in the assault but also by the elected officials who spread lies about the election and encouraged the violence.