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CWA and SOC Investment Group find Elliott intervention drives underperformance by target companies over three-year period.
A petition calls on Google to “immediately pay back all Temps, Vendors and Contractors (TVCs) who have been knowingly underpaid by Google” and to “create an immediate path to permanent employment for temporary workers and end its two-tiered perma-temp system.”
The strike authorization vote gives the union the ability to strike at any moment, if needed.
CWA entered into effects bargaining with AT&T as a result of the announced spin-off of its US video services into a stand-alone company co-owned by AT&T and TPG Capital, a private equity firm.
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission voted 5-0 to proceed with an inquiry into Frontier’s investment plans in Minnesota and its impact on service quality.
The four-year agreement, covering 1,000 workers in Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire, includes wage increases, limitations on movement of work, and work from home provisions.
AT&T refused to voluntarily recognize the union and used a series of tactics to delay the election, including an appeal to the full NLRB that resulted in the ballots being impounded.
CWA will be active in the regulatory review process to preserve good jobs for its members and quality service for consumers.
The bipartisan infrastructure bill will invest $65 billion in our country’s broadband network and ensure that companies who receive these funds adhere to high labor standards.
The Trump-era Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) allowed 39 of the nation’s most profitable companies, including T-Mobile, to pay $0 in federal income tax from 2018 through 2020.
CWA played a crucial role in defeating CenturyLink/Lumen’s petition to weaken regulations. A report by CWA found that the company has failed to maintain its physical copper plant and has failed to deploy fiber to 46 percent of its coverage area in Minnesota.