Workers at Seven Seas Entertainment and at the Public News Service (PNS) won voluntary recognition of their unions with CWA.
Workers at AppFolio and a group of film and television post production coordinators have voted to join CWA.
Today the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and Microsoft announced they have entered into a ground-breaking labor neutrality agreement. The agreement will apply at Activision Blizzard beginning 60 days after Microsoft’s acquisition closes, and it reflects a fundamental belief by both organizations that enabling workers to freely and fairly make a choice about union representation will benefit Microsoft and its employees, and create opportunities for innovation in the gaming sector.
Today, a group of freelance post production coordinators in New York unanimously voted for union representation with CWA, becoming the first post production coordinators in New York’s motion picture industry to win formal union representation.
In the truest form of trade union solidarity, Workers United and the Communications Workers of America (CWA), together with the organizing committee of Fruit Stand Workers United(FSWU) have agreed that CWA will provide support to FSWU’s union organizing efforts at Apple’s Grand Central Station store in New York City. FSWU had originally approached Workers United for support. Workers United is the union that is supporting the Starbucks Workers United campaign.
The latest organizing information for AT&T In Home Experts, the Tower Climbers Union/CWA, and Integral Care (Austin-Travis County Mental Health Authority).
The latest organizing information for Raven Software, Qualtek Tower Climbers, America’s Test Kitchen, the Financial Times, and more.
In a major step forward for workers organizing in the media industry, a strong majority of workers at America’s Test Kitchen (ATK) have signed cards indicating their desire to form a union with CWA.
A majority of wireless tower climbers at QualTek have voted for union representation with CWA in an election that was conducted yesterday.
Raven Quality Assurance Workers Celebrate Historic Win, Game Workers Alliance (CWA) Becomes First Certified Union at Activision Blizzard
Today, Quality Assurance workers at Activision’s Raven Software video game studio won their union election and will be represented by CWA.
This week, CWA filed Unfair Labor Practice charges against Apple for multiple federal labor law violations on behalf of workers at stores in Atlanta and New York City.
The latest organizing information for Raven Software/Activision Blizzard, AT&T In Home Experts, State of New Mexico workers, and Verizon Wireless.
Workers at Verizon, Apple, and others are organizing to join CWA.
Apple retail workers at the Apple Cumberland Mall store in Atlanta, Georgia filed for a union election with the National Labor Relations Board, becoming the first group of Apple retail workers in the United States to seek formal recognition for their union. The workers will be represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA).
An overwhelming majority of wireless tower climbers at QualTek in Henderson, Nev., filed a petition last week with the National Labor Relations Board for a union election.
Last week, graduate student workers at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences voted 229-15 to form a union with CWA, and other news.
The latest on who is joining with CWA.
Workers at BDS Connected Solutions, a contractor for Google Fiber in Kansas City, Mo., won their election for a union with 90% of the vote, and more!
The members organized as part of CWA’s Committee for Better Banks and are the first group of workers to form a union with CWA.
United Soccer League Players Association (USLPA) Announces Affiliation Agreement with the Communications Workers of America (CWA)
The affiliation agreement will enhance the organizing and bargaining power of both unions, strengthen their ability to protect workers’ rights, and boost their efforts to improve the working lives of their members.
Flight Attendants at Eastern Airlines filed for a union representation election with the NMB after an overwhelming majority of them signed authorization cards in support of joining AFA-CWA.
Workers from the New York Times, the New York Film and Television Post Production industry, and Verizon Wireless are organizing to join CWA.
Workers at the Charlotte Observer and Fordham University are organizing to join CWA.
Student employees at Fordham’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences seek voluntary recognition by the university after a supermajority signed cards in favor of forming a union.