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Many of our members have already been exposed to the severe weather conditions that the entire UK is bracing itself for this weekend.
CWU members working in Ericsson Field Services have voted to accept a hard-fought pay deal.
Football scarves will be worn when the CWU attends the launch of a toolkit aimed at helping tackle homophobia in football taking place at the TUC today (Wednesday).
Intergenerational solidarity was the unifying theme of the retired and youth members conferences that ran on successive days at headquarters over the weekend.
Ahead of Vince Cable's meeting with heads of banks today (Tuesday) to discuss banking services at the Post Office, the Communication Workers Union says the coalition government is failing the post office network.
Twenty years ago today (Monday) the Union of Communication Workers and the National Communications Union officially created the Communication Workers Union.
A new year and a new benefit for CWU members. As of 26 January 2015 Unionline – the trade union law firm part owned by CWU – is launching a new free service for CWU members and their families: Unionline Motor Claims Service.
In a major breakthrough negotiated by the union, all members on fixed-term contracts in Openreachâ€™s Cable Recovery team will be converted to permanent BT grades as of 1 February this year.
Some 138 workers at call centre employer Firstsource are now in the process of returning to work after being suspended since the start of the year.
Following confirmation this morning (Friday) that Telefonica UK - the owners of mobile brand O2 - is in exclusive sale talks with Hutchinson Whampoa - the owners of 3 mobile the CWU is seeking assurances over job security for the company's UK employe
The CWUs deep concern at Capita's plans to axe over 100 roles providing back-office support to the massive outsourced Telefonica took on a yet another dimension just before Christmas
CWU members in Post Office admin and supply chain grades have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a three-year deal raising pay and protecting jobs.