CWA's filing lays out serious procedural, public interest, and antitrust issues involved with the potential $7 billion transaction.
Last week, Fair 5G, a CWA project, held a webinar exposing Verizon's empty promises regarding the 5G rollout in San Diego.
CWA released a report recently analyzing the public-private partnership between the City of San Diego and Verizon.
The complaint stems from a charge filed by CWA after an HR representative interrogated employees at a Verizon Wireless call center in Chandler, Arizona in October.
Workers at Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile Demand Companies Take Proactive Steps to Protect Employees and Consumers from Coronavirus
As coronavirus continues to spread across the United States, workers launch public campaign to urge Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile to provide a safe workplace, quota relief and paid sick days without penalty.
Over the past few months, CWA members have worked tirelessly to build support for the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act.
Verizon Wireless workers and elected leaders rallied outside the Verizon Wireless store on Wall Street.
CWAers and community leaders then gathered for a rally where they demanded that Verizon address widespread issues of racial discrimination at the company.
He is sharing his story publicly of how he faced constant racial discrimination at work from customers and managers.
Eighteen customer service workers from Verizon, AT&T Mobility, and American Airlines attended a CWA Political Bootcamp in Richmond.
Verizon has failed to deliver key community benefits it promised when the company and the City of Sacramento established a public-private partnership to build out a next generation 5G wireless network.
NEW REPORT: Sacramento-Verizon 5G Partnership Fails to Deliver Community Benefits, Serves Corporate Interests
A new CWA report shows that Verizon has failed to deliver key community benefits it promised when the company and the City of Sacramento established a public-private partnership to build out a next generation 5G wireless network.
Well-trained union members make a difference in a crisis.
Jennifer Womack, a Verizon Wireless call center worker in Irving, Texas, took a brave stand to confront Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg and ask him point blank, once and for all: why is Verizon so scared of workers joining a union?
CWAers flooded the New York capitol building with red this week for a huge lobby day!
Workers to confront board and executives on retail store and call center union-busting, failure to address abuses in warehouse sector. Unions to call for corporate governance reform, rejection of CEO pay package.
As wireless workers build power in their industry, Verizon Wireless is showing that it's terrified at the idea of workers joining together to have a voice in the workplace.
Wireless workers including CWAers from AT&T Mobility, Verizon Wireless, and T-Mobile gathered in Miami for the 2019 CWA Wireless Workers Leadership Conference.
CWA members across the country stood in solidarity with workers at XPO, joining actions with the Teamsters at Verizon stores in more than 10 cities around the country.
CWA joined more than 70 organizations to urge the largest corporate funders of ALEC to cut ties with the organization.
Last week, the New Jersey Senate Labor Committee held a hearing on the New Jersey Call Center Jobs Act.
When all workers join together, we can improve working conditions for everyone.
Wireless call center and retail workers from around the country convened in Hilliard, Ohio, last week to discuss strategies across workplaces and form a plan to demand better from the wireless industry.
Good Jobs Nation released a new report revealing that despite Donald Trump's campaign promises, the offshoring of American jobs by U.S. corporations has increased to record levels on Trump's watch.