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CWA continued bargaining with Frontier this week over the effects the Company’s planned COVID-19 vaccine mandate will have on our members.
Since we transitioned from effects bargaining with AT&T we’ve been meeting for several weeks with DirecTV in an attempt to consolidate 10 different contracts (AT&T and Mobility) into one.
BCTGM Local 3G members have worked through the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. And while these frontline workers put their hearts into their work, Kellogg continues to threaten to outsource jobs to Mexico.
Monday, July 20, 2020 CWA District 4 members are being asked to participate in this day of action to stand in solidarity with SEIU and other organizations around the country that understand Black Lives Matter! Each and every day we fight racism and discrimination in the workplace and in our communities because an injury to one should be the concern of all.
Frontier's top executives want $16m in additional pay. That's $1,895 for each of the CWA members who have kept our customers connected through bankruptcy and the coronavirus. Share this to tell Frontier executives They Didn't Do It Alone.
For all CWA Members... The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has hit young workers and workers of color hard. As of May 2020, 7.7 million American workers under 30 were unemployed and the unemployment rates for African Americans and Hispanic Americans hovered around 17 percent. But we don't have to just sit back or feel powerless.
Join us on Juneteenth for a Facebook live event at 6pmET/5pmCT/4pmMT/3pmPT. You'll hear from union leadership, artists, and movers and shakers in the movement for racial justice!
AT&T has informed the Communications Workers of America of its plans to cut over 3,400 technician and clerical jobs across the country over the next few weeks. In addition, the company plans to permanently shutter over 250 AT&T Mobility and Cricket Wireless stores, impacting 1,300 retail jobs. These cuts come as Americans have become more dependent than ever on reliable communications services and the COVID-19 crisis has revealed significant gaps in broadband availability,
As trade unionists and as Americans, we were all outraged by the vicious murder of George Floyd. We are heartened by the uprising of hundreds of thousands of Americans, Black, Brown and White, demanding an end to racism and declaring: “Black Lives Matter.” Because of Covid-19, it has been difficult for many of us to show our solidarity with this movement. However, on Thursday, June 11, at 12 noon in each time zone, CWA members and allies across the globe will take a stand against racism
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. Compounding the devastation of a global pandemic, which has disproportionately impacted Black communities, Black people in America continue to face threats, brutality, and death for going out jogging. For being poor. For sleeping in their own bed. For watching birds in a park. For being Black.
The HEROES Act (H.R. 6800), $3T relief package, passed the House late last night mostly along partisan lines with a 208-199 vote. 14 Democrats voted against the bill, including Axne, Cunningham, Davids, Finkenauer, Golden, Horn, Jayapal, Lamb, Luria, McAdams, Schrader, Spanberger, Torres Small, and Wild. 1 Republican voted for the bill: King (NY) Several motions to recommit by the Republicans were defeated.