Aviation Workers Launch Public Campaign Demanding a Stop to Stock Buybacks in Aviation Until Problems Are Fixed
Stock buybacks don’t help families reach their destinations safely or ensure that flights are on time.
The CHIPS Act is signed into law, the U.S. Senate passed the Inflation Reduction Act, the U.S. Commerce Department offers a Job Quality Toolkit, and more.
Union Leaders with Communications Workers of America Join President Biden as CHIPS Act is Signed into Law
The nearly $53 billion investment will create thousands of competitive American jobs and strengthen domestic manufacturing and supply chains.
CWA represents workers at onsemi, a semiconductor manufacturer in Mountain Top, Penn., which is currently the only union-represented final assembly semiconductor manufacturing workforce in the United States.
Communications Workers of America President Chris Shelton joined President Joe Biden for a roundtable on the importance of passing the CHIPS Act to promote domestic production of semiconductors and create good jobs in the United States.
On Monday, at a White House event attended by CWA Secretary-Treasurer Sara Steffens, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris announced a program that will make high speed broadband more affordable for millions of Americans.
IUE-CWA Co-Hosts First General Electric Annual Stakeholders Meeting and Sounds Alarm on GE Practices Weakening Manufacturing Jobs
We’re calling on GE to put the industrial future of America first.
On Tuesday, CWA Legislative Specialist Elena Lopez testified at a U.S. International Trade Commission hearing, stressing the impact that offshoring facilitated by unfair trade policies has on workers.
Building Broadband Better in CWA District 1 and more.
“Don’t Split Us Up”: IUE-CWA Members Hold Valentine’s Day Actions Urging General Electric to Invest in America
Workers demonstrating at GE’s headquarters in Boston delivered a set of four national demands to the company.
Despite receiving over $315 million in new taxpayer funds through the National Defense Authorization Act, General Electric has announced that it will be cutting jobs at its facility in Lynn, Mass.
In an op-ed in Fortune, CWA President Chris Shelton outlined what is at stake for workers at General Electric following the announcement that it plans to split into three separate companies.
More Than 120 National Audubon Society Workers Across 11 Regions Vote to Form Union with Communications Workers of America
More than 120 workers across 11 regions at the National Audubon Society voted overwhelmingly in favor of forming a union with the CWA in a string of official National Labor Relations Board elections last week, joining their colleagues in the organization’s national headquarters as members of CWA.
The Labor Department released its September jobs report, showing that America’s public sector workforce lost 123,000 jobs last month, on top of the hundreds of thousands of public sector jobs that have been lost since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
IUE-CWA members, along with a coalition of labor, environmental, trade, and veterans groups, launched a national campaign last week calling on General Electric to reinvest in domestic manufacturing jobs in green energy, military, and commercial aviation.
National Coalition Launches “Bring It Home GE” Campaign; Calls on General Electric To Invest Big in American Manufacturing, Stop Offshoring
A national coalition of labor, environmental, trade and veterans groups launched a nationwide campaign this week calling on manufacturing giant General Electric to heed the Biden administration’s call to “Build Back Better” by reinvesting in domestic manufacturing jobs in green energy, military, and commercial aviation.
CWA members across the country will be mobilizing to ensure that Congress passes the Build Back Better Act which will create jobs, cut taxes, lower costs for working families, and make it easier for workers to join unions.
A coalition of environmental groups, community advocates, and IUE-CWA members launched a public awareness campaign this week calling on elected leaders and General Electric to bring needed economic investment and good green union jobs to Schenectady, N.Y.
On Monday, Mapbox worker Jenn Chow joined Vice President Kamala Harris and Labor Secretary Marty Walsh for a roundtable discussion as part of the Biden administration’s Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment.
Last Thursday, U.S. Trade Rep. Katherine Tai addressed the importance of worker-centered trade in a historic speech.
CWA technicians from all over the country joined a training last month to learn how to engage their local governments to advocate for transparency and accountability in their local permitting processes.
On April 15, more than 100 labor leaders, lawmakers, environmental activists, and allies called on General Electric (GE) to stop outsourcing and offshoring American jobs.
The act would use the federal tax code and federal grants, loans and contracts to stop the outsourcing of American jobs.
President Joe Biden announced his plan to rebuild our country, create millions of good, union jobs in the United States, and make sure that corporations pay their fair share of taxes.