Aug 29, 2013

Huge, Nationwide Action by German Telekom Workers Protests T-Mobile USA Firing, Intimidation

In a tremendous display of solidarity, Deutsche Telekom workers, members of ver.di, Germany’s biggest union, held a nationwide Day of Action today at 20 T-Mobile locations. The German workers are shocked by the unjust terminations and management’s treatment of workers at T-Mobile US and are supporting their U.S. colleagues who want union representation.

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Aug 29, 2013

T-Mobile Worker Partnership Hits the East Coast

An exciting partnership between ver.di members at Deutsche Telekom in Germany and their U.S. colleagues who want a CWA voice at T-Mobile US is getting stronger everyday.

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Aug 22, 2013

CWA Launches New Website to Help T-Mobile US Workers Speak Out

CWA launched an innovative new website, www.TMobileWorkersUnited.org, run by workers for workers. T-Mobile Workers United, or TU, is an alliance of hundreds of call center representatives, retail associates and technicians who are standing up to discuss the issues and challenges they face at the new T-Mobile US, a merger of T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS.

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Jun 20, 2013

Organizing Update, June 20, 2013

TU activists at the Albuquerque, NM, call center were joined by ver.di union members, Deutsche Telekom workers from Bavaria, Germany, in leafleting and building support for a union voice at T-Mobile USA.

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Jun 6, 2013

Support for T-Mobile USA Workers Builds in U.S. and Germany

In Germany and the U.S., workers and allies are keeping up the pressure on T-Mobile and parent Deutsche Telekom, calling on the company to recognize the rights of U.S. workers to a union, a workplace free from intimidation, and respect.

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May 23, 2013

TU Members in U.S. and Germany Stand Up for T-Mobile Workers

TU members in the U.S. and Germany are doing everything they can to support T-Mobile USA workers in their fight for a CWA voice and rights on the job.

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May 16, 2013

T-Mobile USA Workers Speak Out in Germany

This week T-Mobile USA workers are in Germany educating political leaders and Deutsche Telekom shareholders about T-Mobile’s abusive work practices and campaigns against their right to organize.

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May 9, 2013

President Obama Must Tackle Mexico’s Labor Rights Record

Ahead of President Barack Obama’s trip to Mexico, labor leaders called on him to address “Mexico’s dismal labor rights record.”

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Apr 18, 2013

Standing with Boston

CWA is proud of the first responders, medics, and Guild and NABET members who put their own lives on the line to spring into action during the horrific events in Boston on Monday.

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Apr 18, 2013

Bipartisan Immigration Bill is a First Step

U.S. Senators known as the “Gang of Eight,” four Democrats and four Republicans who have been working on immigration reform, have released a bill that is a first step toward much needed reform of our broken immigration system.

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Apr 11, 2013

Thousands Rally at the Capitol for Immigration Reform

CWA rallied with 100,000 immigrants, union members, civil rights activists, faith leaders and community advocates at the Capitol on Wednesday to tell Congress that our country needs a pathway to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants.

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Apr 4, 2013

Save the Date: Immigration Rally on April 10

Both Democrats and Republicans agree that our immigration system is broken and needs reform.

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Mar 14, 2013

U.S., Mexico, Canada Telecom Workers Unions Expand Partnership

The leaders of CWA, STRM – the independent Mexican Telephone Workers Union – and the Canadian Communications, Energy and Paperworkers (CEP) met in Mexico City to continue their tri-national work supporting workers’ rights.

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Mar 14, 2013

Union Women Demonstrate for End to Violence Against Women

UNI Global Union and the global labor movement are calling for zero tolerance for violence against women and girls at home and in workplace.

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Feb 21, 2013

T-Mobile Workers Testify About Work Conditions to Global Panel

Call center workers from T-Mobile USA held a “Speak Out” in Charleston, S.C., to expose the extreme difference in working conditions and respect workers in the US and Germany.

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Feb 21, 2013

Mexico Day of Action Spotlights Attack on Workers’ Rights

CWA President Larry Cohen and local activists rallied in front of the Mexican consulate today as part of a week-long, worldwide protest against the pervasive attack on workers’ rights in Mexico. The group delivered a letter to Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto calling on the government to help end the persecution of workers who want democratic bargaining rights.

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Feb 14, 2013

Stand Up for Good Jobs in Charleston: T-Mobile Workers Speak Out

On Saturday, CWA will host a forum spotlighting several local T-Mobile USA employees who will speak out about T-Mobile’s attack on workers’ rights and keeping good jobs in Charleston, S.C.

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Feb 14, 2013

Mexico Day of Action Spotlights Attack on Workers’ Rights

Washington, DC activists and CWAers, including President Larry Cohen, will demonstrate in front of the Mexican consulate next Thursday, Feb. 21, as part of a weeklong, worldwide protest against the pervasive attack on workers’ rights in Mexico.

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Jan 1, 2013

German Workers Stand Strong with U.S. T-Mobile Collegues

In Germany, members of ver.di, the union representing telecom workers at Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile, have taken the fight of T-Mobile USA workers to heart. Since CWA and ver.di joined together to form TU, a joint union for all Deutsche Telekom workers in the U.S. and Germany, German workers have stood up for their U.S. counterparts in lots of way.

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Dec 6, 2012

CWAers to Demonstrate on Dec. 10 for Fair ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Solution

CWA members are joining candlelight vigils outside congressional offices, rallies, town hall meetings and many other actions on Dec. 10, International Human Rights day, part of a nationwide campaign to make sure that the solution to our country’s fiscal crisis makes the wealthy pay their fair share and doesn’t cut benefits that working families depend on.

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