Federal agents and those who supervise and direct them are supposed to bring humanity to border security, but the treatment of Haitian immigrants on our southern border is the essence of inhumanity.
First-of-Its-Kind Report Exposes Hedge Fund Activist Elliott Management’s Long-Term Harm to Portfolio Companies and Investors
Elliott Management, one of the largest and most prominent activist hedge funds globally, is undermining the long-term health of companies it targets with its activist campaigns.
Employees at creative agency Blue State have voted to approve their first collective bargaining agreement. The agreement provides job security, structure and clarity for the workers, who are represented by Communications Workers of America Local 1101.
The Freedom to Vote Act is a critical step forward in protecting voting rights and reforming our democracy.
In support of game developers at Activision Blizzard King, a cross-platform gaming company based in Santa Monica, the Communications Workers of America (CWA) has formally filed ULP charges against the company for worker intimidation and union busting.
A Statement from CWA President Chris Shelton.
EveryAction has voluntarily recognized the EveryAction Workers Union, with the Communications Workers of America’s CODE-CWA project.
An environmental, community, and labor union coalition including workers at General Electric is launching a major public information advertising campaign, calling on New York lawmakers and GE to choose a sustainable future by investing in green manufacturing jobs in Schenectady.
The appointment of Liz Shuler as the next president of the federation, and United Steelworkers International Vice President Fred Redmond as secretary-treasurer is welcome news to all CWA members and the entire labor movement.
Lumen Technologies has announced plans to sell its operations in 20 Midwest and Southeast states. CWA will be active in the regulatory review process to preserve good jobs for its members and quality service for consumers.
CWA Secures Commitments to Protect Lifeline Customers in Proposed Verizon-TracFone Deal, Withdraws Objections with FCC
Verizon’s pledge to preserve affordable rates and continue existing services follows a lengthy campaign by CWA and public interest allies.
The U.S. Senate’s passage of the bipartisan infrastructure bill, which will invest $65 billion in our country’s broadband network, is welcome news to the millions of Americans who do not have affordable high-speed internet service.