Employees at ReWire.News received voluntary recognition for their union.
The latest organizing news from the Virginian-Pilot and the Daily Press and ReWire News.
Workers at AT&T Mobility and Cornell University voted to join with CWA.
Around 40 reporters, photographers, copy editors, and desk editors at The Florida Times-Union voted to join NewsGuild-CWA.
Last week, workers at the Verizon Wireless retail store in Hazleton, Pa., voted to join together in a union.
Workers at The New Yorker join together with the NewsGuild of New York/TNG-CWA Local 31003.
Members of the Florida Times-Union voted to join with Newsguild-CWA.
Workers from the Foothill Community Clinic and AT&T Mobility in Louisiana have voted to join with CWA.
UPTE-CWA Local 9119 held an organizing blitz to fight back against a potential anti-union Janus decision.
Workers at The New Yorker have joined with the NewsGuild of New York/TNG-CWA Local 31003.
Workers from The Southern Illinoisan voted to join with the United Media Guild/NewsGuild-CWA Local 36047.
CWA Local 1180 is working to meet attacks on public sector unions head-on.
Tronc, Inc., reached a historic agreement with the Chicago Tribune Guild to voluntarily recognize the journalists' union.
Workers at the American Red Cross have voted to join with CWA.
Organizing updates from the Chicago Tribune, DIRECTV, and the Missoula Independent.
Employees at the Missoula Independent filed with the NLRB to begin the process of forming a union with CWA.
Workers from Mic Media and Revolution Messaging have voted to join CWA.
CWA Local 3181 represents more than 2,000 public workers in Florida.
Employees at the Casper Star-Tribune voted in favor of joining the Denver Newspaper Guild-CWA.
Workers from Mic and New Mexico's Third Judicial District Assistant Attorneys voted to join CWA.
Parking Production Assistants (PPAs) in New York City voted unanimously to join CWA Local 1101 on Monday.
Workers from Frontier Communications and the Casper Star-Tribune vote to join CWA.
The latest organizing news about government contractors in VA and workers from Lanetix.
Workers from the Los Angeles Times and Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach voted to join CWA.