Apr 16, 2015
New units join CWA in Districts 4 and 7. Read More
Collective bargaining rights and the right to organize have been under corporate assualt for three decades.
CWA's program to create good jobs is rooted in support for collective bargaining and the right to organize. Our goals are sustainable, union jobs, retirement security, and health care. We've adopted democracy principles to suppor these goals -- particularly the need to reform our campaign finance laws to prevent corporations and billionaires from buying politicians.
Each of us can bring this movement to our workplaces and our communities. Talk about the importance of collective bargaining with your co-workers, friends and familiy members. Share information about the fight via e-mail, Facebook, and Twitter and on local and national blogs.
CWA holds monthly activist calls to discuss the attack on collective bargaining rights and other issues. Click here to sign up for the next call.
Apr 9, 2015
For years, the City of New York paid minorities and women substantially less than white men, a broad pattern of discrimination that the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says the city needs to remedy with raises to the workers and back pay and other damages totaling more than $246 million. Read More
Mar 26, 2015
In a long-awaited ruling, Christine Dibble, a National Labor Relations Board judge, found T-Mobile guilty of multiple nationwide violations of U.S. labor law against workers. Read More