The Communications Workers of America (CWA) sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in support of Microsoft’s proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard in light of the ground-breaking labor neutrality agreement between CWA and Microsoft which provides Activision Blizzard workers with a clear path to collective bargaining.
CWA members under the Orange contract at AT&T Mobility have won a groundbreaking tentative agreement. Plus, CWA members at Frontier Communications in California are ramping up their mobilization efforts.
Workers at Seven Seas Entertainment and at the Public News Service (PNS) won voluntary recognition of their unions with CWA.
CWAers are Building Broadband Better in North Carolina and other worker power news.
As part of its yearly celebration of LGBTQ+ leaders who are shaping the labor movement for the future, the AFL-CIO featured CWA Local 6215 Secretary Reginald Small.
You can now register online for the 2022 CWA Human Rights Conference, which will be held August 7-10, 2022 at the Hilton Phoenix Resort at the Peak in Phoenix, Ariz.
AT&T Wireless Workers Win Substantial Wage Increases, Jobs Security and Privacy Commitments in New Agreement
After six months of negotiations, wireless workers at AT&T have reached a tentative contract agreement.
We have reached a tentative agreement for CWA members under the Orange contract at AT&T Mobility.
It is with great excitement the Orange Bargaining Team can announce that we have a Tentative Agreement with AT&T Mobility. The Bargaining Team has met or exceeded all of our goals. We could not have done this without your support and mobilization. Details of the Agreement and the process of ratification will follow shortly. Thank you all again for standing with us through this process!
CWA Women's Committee: Working Class Women Will Suffer the Most From the Supreme Court’s Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade
Without the ability to make their own choices about reproductive healthcare, and in a country where pregnancy can have devastating economic effects due to pervasive discrimination and the lack of affordable healthcare or paid parental leave, working class women are the ones who will suffer the most.
The latest organizing information for Maximus and Delta Airlines.
The latest bargaining information for Frontier Communications and the Psychiatric Institute of Washington.
Fighting for good airport jobs, standing with NABET-CWA contract workers for equal pay, and more.
This year’s event, “Stronger Together: Uplifting the Black Family,” featured union leaders, organizers, and activists at the forefront of transformational movements within their workplaces and communities.
CWA President Chris Shelton Encourages All CWAers to Get Involved in the Fight to Ensure Broadband Funding Supports Jobs for CWA Members
CWA leaders from across the country joined President Chris Shelton and CWA’s Broadband Brigade members for a virtual meeting earlier this month.
CWAers Recommit to Fighting for Systemic Change at the 2022 Poor People’s Campaign Workers’ Assembly and Moral March on Washington
On Saturday, hundreds of CWA members from across the country and others gathered in Washington, D.C., for the Poor People’s and Low-Wage Workers’ Assembly and Moral March on Washington.
Over 50 IUE-CWA local women’s committee chairs from across the country met in Washington, D.C., last week as part of IUE-CWA’s National Women’s Program.
The NewsGuild-CWA and NABET-CWA petitioned the Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday to reject the attempted takeover of TEGNA by hedge fund Standard General and private equity firm Apollo Global Management.
New Report Exposes Cost & Quality Drawbacks of Fixed Wireless Technologies in Delivering Broadband to Rural Communities
Amidst the largest ever federal investment in broadband buildout in the U.S., a new report finds fixed wireless technologies fall short of fiber optic networks when it comes to delivering cost effective, high quality broadband services in rural areas.
As we continue bargaining, wages remain one of the last obstacles for a fair and equitable contract. We have been stuck on wages for a couple of weeks, but we are finally seeing the company moving in the right direction. Anyone paying attention to the news, or feeling the real-life pain of inflation, knows that we need a substantial raise.
Thanks to an unprecedented neutrality agreement between CWA and Microsoft, if Microsoft’s proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard is approved, workers at Activision will be able to freely and fairly make a choice about union representation.