Press Releases

The 14,000 workers at AT&T Midwest and AT&T Legacy T, members of the Communications Workers of America, will continue working even though their contracts have expired. The AT&T Midwest agreement expired at 11:59 pm CT on Saturday. The AT&T Legacy T contract expired at 11:59 ET on Saturday.

Contract negotiations get underway today between the Communications Workers of America and Frontier Communications covering 1,600 CWA telecommunications workers in West Virginia and Ashburn, Va. The current contract expires Aug. 5.

Last week a record number of Americans participated in the most fundamental act in our democracy - voting. We are able to go to the polls and elect our leaders thanks to our veterans who, through their service to our country, have preserved and protected this freedom.
As expected, record-breaking voter participation and a large number of absentee ballots means that there is not yet a clear winner in the Presidential election.
Today’s confirmation of Frontier’s Plan of Reorganization by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York is a significant step forward for Frontier's customers and CWA’s members.
As we reach a tragic milestone of 100,000 deaths due to COVID-19, we find ourselves confronting the other plague that has been rampaging through our communities since long before the pandemic: Racism.
This historic legislation will make it easier for workers to join a union.
AT&T's proxy statement sent to shareholders this week reveals the company rewarded CEO Randall Stephenson with $29 million last year and paid out hefty bonuses to other executives.
CWA plans to take an active part in the Windstream bankruptcy process.
In a letter to Congressman Richard Neal the CWA notes that AT&T broke several promises to the American people and its workers by eliminating good, middle-class jobs -- after it lobbied for the tax bill on the premise of creating jobs and raising wages.