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Bargaining Update

Monday - October 16, 2017

The latest bargaining information for AT&T Mobility and Frontier Communications.

Organizing Update

Monday - October 16, 2017

Employees at the L.A. Times are working to form a union with NewsGuild-CWA.

CWA Runaway Inequality Training Aims to Stop Corporate Power Grab

Monday - October 16, 2017

CWA's Runaway Inequality program has trained hundreds of CWA members about how expanding corporate power has harmed working families.

Union Supports Workers as Hurricane Recovery Continues

Monday - October 16, 2017

The president of CWA Local 6137 wrote a piece for the Caller-Times about how union members are helping Texans in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

U.S. Must Seek Strong Protections for Jobs in NAFTA Talks

Monday - October 16, 2017

A letter to the editor of The Daily Herald in Washington State.

CWAers Rally to Remove ISDS from NAFTA

Monday - October 16, 2017

As NAFTA negotiations continued this week, CWAers joined members of Congress at a rally in Washington, D.C.

CWA to FCC: Mobile Service Not an Adequate Substitute to Robust Wireline Broadband

Monday - October 16, 2017

The report was prepared by engineers and analysts.

CWA Calls on FCC to Investigate Harmful Corporate Sales Practices in Telecom Industry

Monday - October 16, 2017

CWA called on the FCC to investigate unscrupulous corporate sales practices in the telecom industry and to implement consumer protections that apply to all voice providers. 

Under Questioning from Sen. Donnelly, Wells Fargo CEO Sloan Admits Company's American Call Center Layoffs Due to Offshoring

Monday - October 09, 2017

Upon questioning from Senator Joe Donnelly (D-IN), Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan admitted that recent rounds of layoffs at Wells Fargo call centers in America were directly related to the company's increased hiring of call center workers in the Philippines -- an admission at odds with the company's supposed reasoning for the recent layoffs of hundreds of American call center workers.

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