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D.C. City Council Overwhelmingly Passes Paid Family and Medical Leave Bill

The D.C. City Council passed a bill with a veto-proof majority to give new parents up to eight weeks' paid leave after the birth or adoption of child. The legislation would provide D.C. workers up to six weeks' paid leave to care for a family member, and two weeks for self-care in the event of a serious personal health condition.

CWAers Join Women’s March on Washington

On January 21, more than 300 CWAers will be a part of a huge demonstration and march in Washington, D.C., bringing together supporters from across the country to stand together for women's rights, safety, and families. The Women's March on Washington is expected to draw over 200,000 women for a peaceful protest of the incoming administration.

President Chris Shelton: Puzder’s Nomination is Bad News for Working People

In a piece in the Las Vegas Sun, CWA President Chris Shelton took on Donald Trump's pick for Secretary of Labor, Andrew Puzder, for his troubling record on the issues that working people care most about: Andrew Puzder, the CEO of CKE Restaurants, would be a fine choice to head a government agency responsible for looking out for millionaires.

Bargaining Update

DIRECTV CWA's bargaining committee for DIRECTV customer care and commercial retention workers reached tentative agreements covering 2,500 workers at five call centers. Call centers are located in Huntsville, Ala.; Huntington, W.Va; Eden Prairie, Minn.; Denver, Colo.; and Tulsa, Okla. There are some differences in the tentative agreements; by call center.

Wall Street Insiders Have Inside Track in Government

Despite promising to "drain the swamp," President-elect Donald Trump has begun filling his Administration with super-wealthy Wall Street executives from Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo.

Akamai: District of Columbia commands highest average connection speed of 24.8 Mbps

Only seven states have half of their average connections at 15 Mbps or above, the minimum standard for 4K video streaming. Consumers who want to live in the place with the fastest internet speed in the United States should consider relocating to the District of Columbia, where the average connection speed is 24.8 Mbps.

Yahoo Discloses New Breach of 1 Billion User Accounts

Yahoo Inc. said a newly discovered data breach affected more than a billion users, dwarfing the scope of another recently disclosed hack and raising fresh questions whether Verizon Communications Inc. will follow through with its acquisition of the internet company.

AT&T tells hearing Time Warner deal will not harm consumers

The chief executives of AT&T and Time Warner on Wednesday defended their planned $85.4bn deal against charges that it would hurt consumers, saying it would reshape the pay-TV industry by spurring investment and lowering costs.

Launching the New CWA E-Store

Show your union colors by shopping at the new CWA e-store. Check out t-shirts, sweatshirts, polos, tote bags and more at cwastore.org. All products are union-made in the USA, and new items will be added to the e-store regularly. Stay tuned.

CWA Statement on Likely Nomination of Andy Puzder as Secretary of Labor

The Trump transition team today indicated that Andy Puzder, the CEO of CKE Restaurants, would likely be nominated as Secretary of Labor. Here is CWA President Chris Shelton's media statement: Andy Puzder, the CEO of CKE Restaurants, would be a fine choice to head a government agency responsible for looking out for millionaires.


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D.C. City Council Overwhelmingly Passes Paid Family and Medical Leave Bill

The D.C. City Council passed a bill with a veto-proof majority to give new parents up to eight weeks' paid leave after the birth or adoption of child. The legislation would provide D.C. workers up to six weeks' paid leave to care for a family member, and two weeks for self-care in the event of a serious personal health condition.
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CWAers Join Women’s March on Washington

On January 21, more than 300 CWAers will be a part of a huge demonstration and march in Washington, D.C., bringing together supporters from across the country to stand together for women's rights, safety, and families. The Women's March on Washington is expected to draw over 200,000 women for a peaceful protest of the incoming administration.
Read More...

President Chris Shelton: Puzder’s Nomination is Bad News for Working People

In a piece in the Las Vegas Sun, CWA President Chris Shelton took on Donald Trump's pick for Secretary of Labor, Andrew Puzder, for his troubling record on the issues that working people care most about: Andrew Puzder, the CEO of CKE Restaurants, would be a fine choice to head a government agency responsible for looking out for millionaires.
Read More...

Bargaining Update

DIRECTV CWA's bargaining committee for DIRECTV customer care and commercial retention workers reached tentative agreements covering 2,500 workers at five call centers. Call centers are located in Huntsville, Ala.; Huntington, W.Va; Eden Prairie, Minn.; Denver, Colo.; and Tulsa, Okla. There are some differences in the tentative agreements; by call center.
Read More...

Wall Street Insiders Have Inside Track in Government

Despite promising to "drain the swamp," President-elect Donald Trump has begun filling his Administration with super-wealthy Wall Street executives from Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo.
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