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CWA Press Release
May 24, 2022

Qualtek Tower Climbers Vote to Join CWA

A majority of wireless tower climbers at QualTek have voted for union representation with CWA in an election that was conducted yesterday.

CWA Press Release
May 23, 2022

Raven Quality Assurance Workers Celebrate Historic Win, Game Workers Alliance (CWA) Becomes First Certified Union at Activision Blizzard

Today, Quality Assurance workers at Activision’s Raven Software video game studio won their union election and will be represented by CWA.

Press Release
May 23, 2022

Former Activision Employee Appeals Activision Blizzard EEOC Settlement

Former Activision employee Jessica Gonzalez is appealing the $18 million sexual harassment and discrimination settlement between the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Activision Blizzard.

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Trump Taj Mahal Workers Strike in Atlantic City

Nearly 1,000 cooks, housekeepers, bellmen and servers from the Trump Taj hotel and casino in Atlantic City, NJ, represented by Unite Here Local 54, went on strike last Friday after negotiations broke down with management. The workers have seen massive wage cuts, termination of pensions, and loss of healthcare coverage in recent years.

Last Chance to Sign Up for the July 19-21 CWA NextGen Summit!

Tomorrow is your last chance to sign up to join us at the CWA Next Generation Summit 2016 in Detroit, Michigan from July 19-21! We’ll learn from and share ideas with some of the most creative activists in the nation and develop the skills we need to build our movement for social and economic justice.

The Summit Registration Deadline is tomorrow – July 8, 2016, so register here now!

Union Plus Provides Strike Assistance to Verizon Workers

CWA members who were on strike against Verizon have received nearly $600,000 in strike assistance from Union Plus, a benefits program for union members and retirees.

Around 125 CWA members with Union Plus Mortgages received a total of $475,641 in mortgage assistance to help them pay their mortgages, including $441,206 in grants that do not need to be repaid and $34,435 in interest free loans.

Rock Against the TPP – In Seattle, San Diego and Portland!

It’s time to get loud! Rock Against the TPP, a nationwide road show sponsored by CWA, just added new tour dates to raise awareness about the dangers of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Internationally acclaimed hip-hop artist Talib Kweli will perform a free concert in Seattle on Aug. 19. The tour will also travel to San Diego on July 30 and Portland, Ore., on Aug. 20.

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.