AT&T and Cricket Wireless members from CWA Locals 7708, 7750, and 7777 gathered in Denver, Colo., last week for the pilot of a new CWA STRONG Steward Training program. The pilot was developed by a group of CWA staff appointed by every district and sector, who reviewed and modified the existing Steward Training.
Corporate CEOs and the wealthiest 1% have spent decades rigging the system to reduce our power. That has made it harder and harder to pass legislation that helps working people and makes a real difference in our lives.
The same corporate interests that fight us at the bargaining table are stacking the rules against us when it comes to political participation.
CITY HALL LOBBY DAY
Come talk to the Mayor and Denver City Council members about the importance of a living wage.
In November, Mayor Hancock proposed an initiative that would raise the minimum wage for all City of Denver employees, including those at DEN Airport, to $15/hour.
Support Denver Mayor's $15/hour initiative
Denver workers deserve a living wage! Tell Denver Mayor Michael Hancock you support his minimum wage initiative.
In mid-November, Mayor Hancock proposed increasing the minimum wage for all City of Denver workers (including contractor, vendor, and tenant employees).
The Colorado Center on Law and Policy releases its report on how much income Colorado families need to make ends meet without public or private assistance
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