CWA Telecommunications

CWA represents 300,000 members who work in telephone and cable TV services, including wireline, wireless, broadband, data and IP services, and electronic security systems and services.

CWA telecommunications worker on the job.

Apr 8, 2014

NLRB Takes ‘Extraordinary Action’ to Consolidate Complaints Against T-Mobile US

In an extraordinary decision, the General Counsel for the National Labor Relations Board has moved to consolidate recent unfair labor practice complaints that have been brought against T-Mobile US. The telecommunications company has been cited for its relentless and escalating attempts over the past 10 years to stop workers from obtaining union representation. Read More

Feb 13, 2014

CWA: Regulators Should Scrutinize Comcast-Time Warner in Terms of Cost, Competition, Public Interest

The bid by Comcast Communications to acquire Time Warner Cable in a $45.2 billion deal must be carefully reviewed by federal regulators. Read More

Feb 3, 2014

Medicare Retiree Health Exchange Project

AT&T is preparing to send another mailing to retirees next week. Draft versions of the mailing are attached. There are two important developments to note: Read More

Jan 23, 2014

U.S. Regulators Should Make Clear that SoftBank-T-Mobile US Deal is Non-Starter

CWA released this statement on news reports that SoftBank, which owns nearly 80 percent of Sprint, is engaged in direct talks with Deutsche Telekom to buy T-Mobile US. Read More

Nov 4, 2013

NLRB Moves Forward On Unfair Labor Practice Charges Against T-Mobile US

National Labor Relations Board Acting General Counsel Lafe E. Solomon announced that the U.S. government would prosecute T-Mobile US for violating U.S. labor law. Read More