Bank workers and members of the Committee for Better Banks, a CWA project, joined a side meeting at the United Nations to discuss how workers having a voice on the job can make the finance industry more sustainable and inclusive.
CWA activists rallied this week at Chicano Park in San Diego to demand an end to the inhumane mistreatment of immigrant families at our borders.
CWA President Chris Shelton traveled to Liverpool, England, this week to participate in UNI Global Union's Global Congress.
CWA President Chris Shelton traveled to Germany this week to speak about the efforts of T-Mobile US workers to join together to fight for better working conditions and more.
The Communications Workers of America (CWA) expresses its solidarity and condolences to the families of the 37 workers who perished in the December 23 fire in the Research Now SSI call center in Davao, Philippines
Members of T-Mobile Workers United took at stand at the Deutsche Telekom annual meeting in Cologne, Germany, this week.
T-Mobile workers and their fight for workers' rights championed in a letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
CWA President Chris Shelton held several meetings this week in Berlin with German elected government officials to talk about ongoing organizing by T-Mobile workers in the U.S.
An NLRB judge ruled that T-Mobile created an illegal workplace "union" and ordered them to disband the company-controlled organization.
The latest organizing update for Norwegian Air.
CWAers in Washington, D.C., and elsewhere, participated in International Women's Day.
Bank workers in the Committee for Better Banks are speaking out for better working conditions.
CWA President Chris Shelton met with union leaders this week at the UNI Global Union World Executive Board.
ver.di leader Lothar Schröder sat down with the Wichita Eagle to discuss T-Mobile management, globalization, and why a German union is supporting American workers.
CWA President Chris Shelton's Memorial Day statement.
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German workers at T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom, members of ver.di, joined their U.S. colleagues in marking International Women's Day on March 8 and standing up for workers' rights.
As Brazil's democracy comes under increased attack by conservative sectors, CWA expresses its solidarity with Brazilian workers and their organizations. We reject the attacks against the Workers Party's and former metalworkers' union leader Luis Inacio "Lula" da Silva.
A months-long campaign by AFA-CWA has resulted in the introduction of federal legislation to fight human trafficking.
The AFL-CIO Office of Investment recently sent a letter to T-Mobile, outlining how the company's confidentiality agreements conflict with federal whistleblower protections for reporting securities law violations.
Reuters reports: Two major investors in Deutsche Telekom, the German parent company of T-Mobile US, have expressed grave concerns about the mistreatment of the workforce.
Fourteen members of the U.S. House of Representatives are urging the German parliament to launch an investigation into the egregious, anti-worker practices of T-Mobile US.
The AFL-CIO, National Women's Law Center and CWA delivered 15,000 petition signatures to the German Embassy on Tuesday, urging the German government to use its shareholder power to press T-Mobile to abandon a company policy that silences workers who speak out against sexual harassment.
At a briefing on Capitol Hill for members of Congress and staff, Angela Simler, who works at the T-Mobile call center in Wichita, Kans., described her highly stressful workplace as one where managers keep tabs on everyone, to make sure not only that they are hitting corporate benchmarks, but that they are not discussing job conditions or trying to form a union.