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To help protect and give members a voice in today's Telecom industry.

CWA 1150 News

Verizon Picket Lines


There is a possibility that our CWA brothers and sisters at Verizon could possibly go on strike tonight. If you see them walking while they are on strike, DO NOT CROSS THEIR PICKET LINES!! You could see them picketing at malls, or at Verizon wireless stores and other work locations. 

This is extremely important for those who work at CoLocations and Cable Stations as you see them daily.


New Wages

As provided in the2015 CWACollective Bargaining Agreement, you will receive a retroactive general increase based onthenew wage rates effective April 12.  Your new wages and retroactive general increase will be included in the followingpaycheck:



Pay Area

Pay Period

Pay Day

Pay check Includes


7/5/15 – 7/18/15


New wages  & retroactive pay to 4/12/15



Legacy T contract Ratified

Legacy T Contract Ratified.  77% Yes vote.

Local Results: 105 yes, 45 No, 3 Void

VTP Announcement

AT&T offered yet another VTP to certain job titles today. 

CWA International News

CWA's Next Generation and Jobs with Justice have created a partnership to help families dealing with student loan debt.

Thousands of CWAers, labor and other progressive activists rallied across the country in a National Day of Action celebrating the 50th anniversary of Medicare, a law that has improved the lives of millions, especially of the elderly.

Today the Fair Workweek ABQ campaign released poll results that demonstrate overwhelming support among Albuquerque voters for the proposed Fair Workweek Act.

On the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, activists will begin a historic 860-mile march from Selma, Ala., to our nation's Capitol.

Workers in New York City, online writers and staff members of The Guardian US, and Arizona's Cricket retail stores vote to join CWA.

Just two days left! Thousands of CWA members and supporters continue to sign onto the petition urging Germany's parliament to use its shareholder power to investigate labor rights violations at T-Mobile US.

The Federal Communications Commission has unanimously approved the merger of AT&T and DirecTV.

Despite acknowledging that Malaysia continues to violate international human trafficking laws, the U.S. State Department upgraded the country from the ranks of the world's worst human rights offenders, making the country eligible to participate in the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.

In a resolution adopted by the Executive Council, the AFL-CIO called the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal "unacceptable" and said that, in its current form, the deal "will irreparably harm the American economy and its working families."

The AFL-CIO Executive Council met with five announced candidates for the Presidency of the U.S., four Democrats and one Republican.