CWA Votes

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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Union News + Updates

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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Organizing Update

Another 240 CWA DirecTV technicians, warehouse and administrative workers in Alabama now have CWA representation.

Next Thursday Is Workers' Memorial Day

On Workers' Memorial Day, April 28, union members and allies will be remembering those who have been killed, injured and sickened on the job. Together, we'll focus on what needs to be done to make our jobs safer

CWA: Our Goal is a Democracy Where Every Voice is Heard

More than 300 members and activists from the Communications Workers of America are participating in Democracy Awakening, a mass mobilization of thousands of Americans calling for a democracy that works for all — not just the 1 percent. They rallied, marched, attended teach-ins, and lobbied, and today, are engaging in civil disobedience outside the U.S. Capitol.

Verizon Bargaining Update

Verizon workers and customers are extremely frustrated that company executives are not more serious about bargaining. Today, CWA and IBEW met with Verizon to discuss the contract covering workers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, D.C., Virginia and West Virginia, but after 30 minutes and more demands to devastate workers' jobs, company executives left for the weekend.

CWA Members on Strike at Verizon

After nearly 10 months of trying to reach a fair contract with "Verigreedy," 39,000 CWA and IBEW working families went on strike on April 13.