Seventy-five employees at creative agency Blue State won voluntary union recognition yesterday after a neutral third party verified that a majority of the workers had signed union authorization cards.
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Workers at the University of Virginia are joining together to make their university a better place for workers and students.
Lawrence School District Paraeducators and staffers at Hope Community, Inc., are among those voting to join with CWA.
Workers from the Dallas Morning News and the ACLU of Kansas vote to join with CWA.
Nine employees at TDS Metrocom in Schofield, Wis., voted overwhelmingly to join CWA.
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Workers from Pop-Up Magazine Productions and the Lawrence School District vote to join with CWA.
Journalists at the Bradenton Herald and the Seattle Times vote to join with CWA.
Workers at the Orlando Sentinel, Inside Higher Ed, and Pop-Up Magazine Productions vote to join with CWA.
The latest organizing news from Denver Health and the NewsGuild-CWA.
Workers at VTDigger and the Idaho Statesman vote to join CWA.
Workers at WIRED and the Vermillion County Emergency Communications Center vote to join with CWA.
Workers at Glitch, Frontier Communications, and The Roanoke Times vote to join with CWA.
In a historic step forward for workers organizing in tech, employees at Glitch, a coding platform tool company, today won recognition for their union.
In a historic step forward for workers organizing in tech, Communications Workers of America Organizing Director Tom Smith and Glitch CEO Anil Dash announced that employees at Glitch will join CWA Local 1101. Glitch voluntarily recognized the union after it demonstrated that a strong majority of the workers supported joining CWA and authorized CWA to be their bargaining representative.
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.
This week, a majority of bank workers at Beneficial State Bank chose to join CWA, becoming the first U.S. bank workers in decades to win union rights.
Workers at Delaware Online, the Delaware News Journal and the Idaho Statesman voted to join with CWA.
Today, the Communications Workers of America announced that a majority of bank workers at Beneficial State Bank chose to form a union, becoming the first U.S. bank workers in decades to win union rights.
Workers at several newspapers in Florida, as well as Indivisible Project and Lee's Summit 9-1-1 Dispatchers vote to join with CWA.