2021 CWA Awards Ceremony: Honoring CWA Locals for Outstanding Achievements in Organizing, Political Action, Mobilizing, and More
At last week's virtual 2021 CWA Awards Ceremony, hosted by CWA Secretary-Treasurer Sara Steffens, locals and activists were honored for their extraordinary work organizing, mobilizing, engaging in political action, and more.
The latest information about the workers voting to join with CWA.
The latest CWA organizing news.
Ending a nearly 40-year drought of union contracts in the banking industry, employees at Beneficial State Bank across Washington, Oregon and California ratified their first contract, after forming a historic union for the industry in March 2020. The 96 workers in the bargaining unit are represented by the Communications Workers of America and include bankers, consumer loan servicing representatives, loan processors, underwriters, file clerks and custodial staff.
The latest about who is voting to join with CWA.
More than 200 workers at EveryAction won voluntary recognition after a supermajority of the workers signed union membership cards.
EveryAction has voluntarily recognized the EveryAction Workers Union, with the Communications Workers of America’s CODE-CWA project.
In a historic win, AT&T In Home Expert (IHX) workers in Southfield, Mich., overwhelmingly chose to join CWA with 84 percent of the vote. IHX workers nationwide want to join CWA, but have met strong resistance from AT&T at every step.
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 latest on who is voting to join with CWA.
Members of the Audubon For All Union-CWA officially filed for a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) election on July 1.
Workers at Change.org, a global platform that empowers people to start and win campaigns that address pressing issues in their lives and communities, announced that they have formed a union, Solidarity at Change, with the Communications Workers of America’s CODE-CWA project.