On Saturday, hundreds of CWAers rallied at the AT&T building in downtown Detroit to send a message to the telecom giant: No jobs, no deal.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson made a whopping $28 million in 2017.
CWA filed unfair labor practice (ULP) charges against AT&T and NABET-CWA employer Nexstar Media Group.
This week, UPTE-CWA Local 9119 went on strike in solidarity with AFSCME members fighting for a fair contract at the University of California.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Congressman Mark Pocan (D-Wis.) this week introduced the Workplace Democracy Act — legislation CWA supports that would restore workers' rights to collectively bargain.
The journalists of the Denver Post and other newspapers owned by Alden Global Capital have had enough.
CWAers rallied outside AT&T's annual shareholder meeting in Texas, calling on the company to negotiate a fair contract that keeps family-supporting jobs in their communities.
More than 2,000 current and former GDIT call center workers have come forward to call on the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to investigate wage violations at the company.
CWA members across the country held events on Tax Day to highlight how the Republican corporate tax cut bill is a massive giveaway to big corporations paid for by working families.
American and other corporations are facing national scrutiny over how they have used benefits from the Republican corporate tax cut bill that they claimed would lift wages for working families.
An act of defiance by Denver Post employees has thrust a powerful hedge fund's destruction of local news coverage to the front pages of publications across the country.
CWA sent a letter to Congress laying out criteria for renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
IUE-CWA Local 83693 President Antonio Williams testified before the ITC about the harm done by a temporary Selma plant closure.
The Fiscal Board of Puerto Rico just released a letter calling for extreme and unnecessary reductions in protections for working people in Puerto Rico.
The FCC Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee adopted a recommendation that would mandate the use of contractors to move telephone company equipment to make room for new attachers' equipment.
CWA is fighting AT&T's proposed layoff of more than a thousand workers.
Astatement from CWA District 6 Vice President Claude Cummings as part of the observation of the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.
CWA members from across the country are taking action to stop AT&T's proposed layoffs, which were announced just before Christmas.
CWA has filed a class action lawsuit against hundreds of large employers who allegedly engaged in the unlawful practice of excluding older workers from receiving job ads on Facebook.
CWA President Chris Shelton is urging State Attorneys General to take action to stop the proposed merger between Sinclair Broadcasting Group and Tribune Media.
CWA wants the nation's biggest employers to give working families the average $4,000 wage increases the Trump administration says will result from cutting the corporate tax rate.
CWA is calling for approval of AT&T's proposed acquisition of Time-Warner.
The AFL-CIO Convention this week focused on how working people can "join together, fight together, and win together."
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette wrote about how AT&T's use of third-party dealers is harming workers and lowering customer service quality for consumers.
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