After withstanding years of attacks and weathering the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we urgently need to fight for our public services, and CWA members and public workers who provide them.
The latest bargaining information from Frontier Communications, Consolidated Communications, and Arnot Health.
Last week, CWA members joined New York City’s Hometown Heroes ticker tape parade, which honored front line workers.
Two CWA members were among the essential workers and members of the military that the Bidens invited to the event to thank them for their service to the country during the pandemic.
CWA Members in Minnesota Fight CenturyLink/Lumen’s Attempt to Eliminate Service Quality and Call Answering Time Requirements
Service quality rules protect customers, particularly those in areas where the company has failed to deploy fiber.
The latest bargaining information.
On June 11, essential healthcare workers represented by CWA Local 1126 in upstate New York rallied to demand fair and safe staffing at Mohawk Valley Health System.
A street in Queens, N.Y., has been co-named Priscilla Carrow Way in honor of a CWA Local 1180 member who worked at Elmhurst Hospital and died of COVID-19 last year.
The latest bargaining information for Alaska Airlines.
On May 4, more than 1,000 members of CWA Local 7000 who work for the city of Tucson, Ariz., won a new compensation package that raised wages to fair market levels for the first time.
Members of the UCW-CWA Local 3365 have been fighting for a living wage, paid parental leave for staff, hazard pay for essential workers, and more for over a year.
Unions and community groups across the United States are joining together in a month-long mobilization to make sure as many people as possible receive at least one COVID-19 vaccine shot by July 4th.
New reports this week from CWA's United Campus Workers members reveal the impact of unnecessary pandemic job and budget cuts on university workers.
NEW REPORT: University of Colorado System Used COVID-19 Pandemic to Make Deep Cuts, Impacting Education Quality and Employee Wages
The University of Colorado System (CU) used the COVID-19 pandemic to make a series of drastic budget cuts – oftentimes masked as financial imperatives – that were passed on to their workforce.
NEW REPORT: University System of Georgia Job Cuts Disproportionately Impacted Black Employees, Service and Clerical Workers and Part-Time Faculty During COVID-19 Pandemic
Black employees, service and clerical workers, and part-time faculty across the 25 University System of Georgia (USG) institutions analyzed disproportionately had their jobs cut during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NELP Report: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Intentionally Suppressed Wages for Tens of Thousands of Federally Contracted Call Center Workers
A new report from the National Employment Law Project (NELP) released today reveals the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has suppressed wages for federally contracted call center workers.
A new report issued by the AFL-CIO, its 30th annual Death on the Job Report, reveals that every day, on average, 275 U.S. workers die from hazardous working conditions.
CWA has established a memorial page for members who have lost their lives to COVID-19.
April 28 is Workers Memorial Day, when we remember workers killed or injured on the job and renew our commitment to fight for strong safety and health protections.
The act would use the federal tax code and federal grants, loans and contracts to stop the outsourcing of American jobs.
Nelson discussed the success of the Payroll Support Program (PSP) in keeping workers in the airline industry on the job and connected to health care and benefits during the pandemic.
The latest information about who is voting to join with CWA.
In order to ease the financial stress and burden caused for families who have lost loved ones to the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Rescue Plan Act contains funds for COVID-19 related funeral expenses.
The goal is to ensure public safety and network resilience while protecting consumers and closing the digital divide.