We Did It! Senate Confirms Democratic Majority NLRB

For the first time in a decade, the National Labor Relations Board has five Senate-confirmed members.

NLRB demonstration

Oct 2, 2014

Senator Alexander Needs to Read the National Labor Relations Act

In CWA President Larry Cohen’s most recent blog post, he lays out the reasons why Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) is the “newest worst expert on U.S. labor law.” Alexander has introduced Senate Bill 2814, which he says is to reform the NLRB but the real intent is to render it useless. Read More

Oct 2, 2014

A Step Towards Justice For SuperShuttle Drivers

In a giant step toward workplace justice for SuperShuttle drivers at Denver International Airport, the National Labor Relations Board Region 27 issued a consolidated complaint against SuperShuttle on Tuesday. Read More

Oct 1, 2014

Republican Senators Have a Plan to Cripple the NLRB

CWA led the fight to get a fully functioning NLRB and now, for the first time in more than a decade, we have a fully-functioning, five-member Board. Read More

Sep 25, 2014

Organizing Update

In a National Labor Relations Board election, workers at the Monroe Free Library in Poughkeepsie, NY, voted 11 to 0 this week to become CWA Local 1120 members. Read More

Sep 18, 2014

Justice at CNN after 11 Years

After 11 years, CNN employees finally have a measure of justice. The NLRB on Monday, Sept. 15, found "overwhelming" evidence of anti-union animus at the cable news giant and ordered it to "make whole" more than 300 employees who lost their jobs and the benefits of union representation in the wake of the company's phony reorganization scheme to get rid of unionized workers. Read More