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Organizing Update
October 21, 2021

Organizing Update

The latest CWA organizing news.

Chris Shelton at Convention
October 21, 2021

CWA President Chris Shelton: We Will Not Give Up

On Monday, CWA President Chris Shelton addressed the delegates to the 78th CWA Convention, held virtually for the first time ever.

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October 21, 2021

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You can read all about the resolutions adopted during CWA's 78th Convention here.

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T-Mobile Found Guilty – Again!

Last week, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) once again found T-Mobile guilty of violating workers’ rights.

An NLRB administrative law judge ruled that T-Mobile’s call center in Wichita, Kan., unlawfully stifled inter-employee communications, coercively interrogated workers, isolated union sympathizers and put its workforce under surveillance. The judge ordered the call center to immediately reverse these policies and stop “coercively interrogating employees” about their union activity.

Passenger Service Agents Urge Congress to Protect Airline Customer Service Employees

A group of Airline Passenger Service Agents, representing the 20,000 CWA organized workers at American Airlines, Envoy, and Piedmont, gathered this week in Washington, DC to urge Members of Congress to extend assault protections to airline customer service employees.

Passenger Service Agents have reported being verbally and physically assaulted by customers, including being hit, having luggage and equipment thrown at them, being pulled over counters, and getting spat upon.

Bargaining Update

OFS

CWA’s Telecommunications and Technologies Bargaining Committee has reached a four-year tentative agreement with OFS covering about 300 workers in Sturbridge, Mass., and Norcross, Ga. Complete details will be released to the membership for a ratification vote. The tentative agreement provides for annual general wage increases that will be retroactive to the expiration of the past contract, and maintains all levels of benefits for active and retired members.

Organizing Update

Foreign Policy

News workers at Foreign Policy magazine voted 16-1 for representation by TNG-CWA Local 32035. The 21 workers produce digital news and a printed magazine. Special Assignment Organizer Melinda Fiedler worked on this campaign.

Hundreds Rally Against the TPP in Washington State

Hundreds of CWAers and allies rallied against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) last weekend at the Festival for Trade Justice in Tacoma, Wash.

For more than two years, a diverse coalition of local organizations – from labor, environmental and community groups – have been leading the fight against the TPP, a massive trade deal written by and for the corporations. Activists have succeeded in blocking ratification of the agreement, and mobilization will be more important than ever this fall.

Bargaining Update

Bargaining updates from Verizon, Digital First Media, AT&T West, United Airlines, Frontier Rhinelander, Kaleida Health and Envoy.

CWAers Fight to Save NJ Public Worker Pensions

CWA stewards and members in New Jersey support legislation that would place a Constitutional Amendment on the ballot this November to guarantee pension payments for the state's public worker pension system.