August 2, 2021
July 29, 2021
CWA members have been rallying outside Senators’ offices, signing postcards and participating in phone banks to build support for the PRO Act.
The latest information on legislation which may effect CWA and its members.
The latest bargaining information for Frontier Communications and Point Park University.
CWA members prevailed in a pair of National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) decisions this month.
The latest on who is voting to join with CWA.
Workers at T-Mobile have been organizing since 2009 despite T-Mobile’s refusal to recognize their union and the company’s ongoing anti-union campaign of intimidation and discrimination.
After withstanding years of attacks and weathering the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we urgently need to fight for our public services, and CWA members and public workers who provide them.
Booker is running for the seat currently held by Senator Rand Paul.
A new report from Common Cause that was developed in partnership with CWA examines how lobbying and political spending have shaped the digital divide.
CWA members are joining other workers at actions outside of all 100 U.S. Senators' offices this week to urge them to pass the PRO Act.
Lumen has cut more than 4,500 CWA-represented jobs since 2017.
The latest bargaining information from Frontier Communications, Consolidated Communications, and Arnot Health.
CWA, the AFL-CIO, and two global union federations filed a complaint with the OECD alleging severe violations of workers’ freedom of association at the Luxottica manufacturing and distribution center in Georgia.
The latest information about who is voting to join with CWA.
What's going on around the country in the fight against voter suppression.
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.
The AFL-CIO’s nationwide PRO Act week of action starts this Saturday, July 17.
IUE-CWA Local 84811 members in Janesville, Wis., who work at Hufcor have launched a series of videos as part of their fight to save their jobs.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit found that the management of Nexstar Broadcasting committed unfair labor practices.
Last week, CWA members joined New York City’s Hometown Heroes ticker tape parade, which honored front line workers.