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The Work of Healing Our Country Can Begin

CWA members fought for every vote as if our lives depended on it, because they did.

Thank You Essential Staff

Pass the HEROES Act

Tell the Senate to support premium pay and health & safety protections for COVID-19 frontline workers.

CWA Against Racism

CWA Against Racism

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January 25, 2021

CWA Applauds Appointment of Jessica Rosenworcel as Interim FCC Chair

With the appointment of Jessica Rosenworcel as the interim chair of the Federal Communications Commision, Joe Biden has turned to an experienced leader with a steady hand.

NLRB
January 21, 2021

On Day One, Biden Fires Trump's Union Buster at the NLRB

The NLRB General Counsel plays a critical role in setting the agenda for the NLRB and determining which cases it will pursue.

January 21, 2021

Campus Workers Win $15 Minimum Wage

In response to pressure from union and community members, University of Memphis President M. David Rudd emailed all campus workers on Tuesday announcing a commitment to increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour effective June 5, 2021.

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CWA and allies are taking on Wall Street and are mobilizing to end the deceptive financial practices that too many Big Banks and lenders use that harm working families.

Verizon Refuses to Fix Customer Lines, Forcing Consumers to Take Fiber or Lose Service

A complaint filed this week at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) charges Verizon Communications with systematically deceiving customers, refusing to fix the phone lines of customers on its traditional copper network, and forcing them to switch to the company's fiber network or lose all service.

IUE-CWA Activists Protest GE Retiree Cuts

IUE-CWA retirees leafleted shareholders outside the General Electric Co. annual meeting in Jacksonville, Fla., and IUE-CWA locals in other locations held solidarity demonstrations outside GE facilities.

Statement by the Communications Workers of America on Negotiations with Verizon

Verizon workers remain on strike and are standing strong on the picket lines. At negotiating sessions in Westchester and Philadelphia today, executives refused to back off of callous proposals that would hurt working families and destroy middle class jobs, including shipping jobs overseas and outsourcing work. The company also failed to budge on the issues facing Verizon Wireless workers.

Bargaining Update

VERIZON--three weeks into the strike at Verizon, CWA and IBEW members are standing firm... AT&T WEST--some great mobilization is underway at AT&T West, while negotiations continue...