Yesterday, Senate Republicans once again used the filibuster loophole to block even having a debate on the Freedom to Vote Act.
In testimony to HFSC, Beneficial State Bank employee and Committee for Better Banks leader Desiree Jackson lifts up first banking industry union contract in 40 years.
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.
The Center for Biological Diversity recognized its new employee union, Workers for Biological Diversity/CWA, following a union card count showing that 68% of the eligible workers support joining the union.
The entire CWA family mourns the passing of AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka.
Lumen Technologies’ Broadband Deployment Discriminates Against Lower-Income & Tribal Areas, According to New Report from Communications Workers of America and National Digital Inclusion Alliance
With 39% of households in Lumen’s footprint lacking access to broadband, CWA and NDIA demand Lumen invest in next-generation networks and highly-skilled union workforce.
National and international labor groups today filed a complaint under the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises alleging severe violations of workers’ freedom of association rights at the Luxottica manufacturing and distribution center in McDonough, Georgia.
CWA Supports Provisions in President Biden’s Executive Order on Competitiveness that Empower Workers and Promote Internet Access
In his Executive Order on Competitiveness, President Joe Biden once again puts workers front and center.