News

Effects bargaining opened with AVAYA, CenturyLink, Frontier, and Verizon. National Red Cross talks continued this month. INOVA’s contract expiration was extended, and an MOA was reached with LifePath.
CWA District 2-13 is now accepting applications from District members, as well as children and grandchildren of members, for the 2022 Maisano Labor Scholarship.
The National Coalition of Unions addressed hours of work, staffing, overtime and premium pay, and healthcare, among other issues.
The company remains resistant to reaching a fair resolution to the issues on the table. Mobilization efforts are underway.
The Bargaining Team was met with resistance after they offered fair proposals to solve outstanding issues on the table. Bargaining resumes tomorrow.
The appointment of Liz Shuler as the next president of the federation, and United Steelworkers International Vice President Fred Redmond as secretary-treasurer is welcome news to all CWA members and the entire labor movement.
In a statement released this week on the proposed sale of Lumen Technologies assets to Apollo Global Management, CWA Vice Presidents Lisa Bolton and Brenda Roberts pledged to fight to protect jobs.
Updates on gubernatorial races in California and Virginia.
This historic legislation includes $65 billion in funding to support the expansion and affordability of broadband deployment and prioritizes funding for responsible employers with high labor standards.
The entire CWA family mourns the passing of AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka.
We joined CWA members and friends from across the nation to demand our Senators' support for the PRO Act.