News & Events

January 9, 2020

Pittsburgh NewsGuild-CWA Local Wins Arbitration on Health Care Premiums

An arbitrator ruled that the company's failure to maintain the benefits violated the parties' collective bargaining agreement.

January 9, 2020

CWA Political Bootcamp

More than a dozen CWA customer service activists from Locals 2201, 2204, and 2205 in Virginia took part in a political action bootcamp this week.

January 9, 2020

Airline Outsourcing, Restructuring, and Consolidation are Harming Workers and Consumers

CWA has released a new report that analyzes government data to show how major airline carriers have used outsourcing, restructuring, and consolidation to suppress wages and erode the quality of jobs in the airline industry.

January 9, 2020

CWA Launches New Initiative to Build Power with Tech and Game Workers

CODE-CWA will provide resources for workers who are joining together to demand change and bring union representation to their workplaces.

January 9, 2020

Bargaining Update

AFA-CWA GoJet Flight Attendants reached a tentative agreement with the airline for a first contract.

January 9, 2020

CWAers Call out McSally's Anti-Worker Record

CWA members held a rally outside Arizona Senator Martha McSally's office to raise public awareness about McSally's anti-worker record, including supporting the GOP corporate tax cut bill that harmed working families.

January 9, 2020

Workers and Community Members Call on Stephanie Murphy to Support the PRO Act

The PRO Act is historic legislation that will put power in the hands of workers and reverse decades of legislation meant to crush unions.

January 8, 2020

CWA Releases New Report on How Outsourcing, Restructuring, and Consolidation are Harming Workers and Consumers

The report uses government data to show how major airline carriers have used outsourcing, restructuring, and consolidation to suppress wages and erode the quality of jobs in the airline industry.

January 7, 2020

CWA Launches New Initiative in Support of Organizing Tech and Game Workers

The Campaign to Organize Digital Employees (CODE-CWA) is a new initiative to support workers' organizing efforts in the technology and game industries. Tech and game companies' meteoric growth in recent years has been accompanied by growing concerns around workers' rights and workplace conditions, including the disconnect between the companies' stated values and the societal impact of the technology. CODE-CWA will provide resources for workers who are joining together to demand change.

January 2, 2020

CWA Praises Historic Passage of New York Call Center Legislation

CWA today praised New York State legislators and Governor Andrew Cuomo for the historic new law which will protect New York call center workers and state taxpayers by denying state grants, loans, and tax breaks to companies that move New York call center jobs out of the country.