Collective Bargaining | Communications Workers of America

Collective Bargaining

Collective bargaining rights and the right to organize have been under corporate assault 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 support 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 family members. Share information about the fight via e-mail, Facebook, and Twitter and on local and national blogs.

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