Campaigns

Thousands of tech, game, and digital workers have organized with CODE-CWA! (You can too!)

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EveryAction

In September 2021 nearly 250 tech workers at software company EveryAction announced their union certification as members of CWA Locals 1400 and 2336, becoming the largest certified tech worker unit in US history.

Check out the EveryAction workers' Twitter.

EveryAction union logo with a white fist on a blue background and the words "Every Action Workers Union"

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New York Times Tech

In July 2021 600+ tech workers at the New York Times filed for a union certification election with the National Labor Relations Board to join the New York NewsGuild alongside their editorial coworkers. Soon after the workers also staged a majority participation single day strike in response to management committing unfair labor practices.

Check out the New York Times Tech Guild workers' Twitter and website.

Screenshot of New York Times tech workers on a zoom call with the NYT Tech guild logo

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Change.org

In June 2021 Change.org engineers, designers, supporter staff, and campaigners announced they had won union certification in the United States (CWA Local 9410) and Canada (CWA Canada) as "[email protected]".

Check out the [email protected] Twitter, website, and NPR story.

Illustration reading "Solidarity at Change", with the Change.org union logo, and several illustrated workers

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Catalist

In June 2021 tech workers at data software company Catalist announced they had won union certification as members of CWA Local 2336.

Check out the Mobilize Union (CWA Local 1101) Twitter, and story in The Hill.

Catalist Union Logo

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NPR Digital Media

In April 2021 tech workers in the NPR Digital Media division won union certification as members of NABET-CWA Local 31.

Check out the NPR Digital media workers' Twitter and website.

NPR Digital Media workers banner with logo and slogan "We Build NPR"

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Mobilize

In March 2021 tech workers at software company Mobilize announced they had won union certification as members of CWA Local 1101.

Check out the Mobilize Union (CWA Local 1101) Twitter, and Protocol story.

Banner image for the Mobilize union with a logo featuring shaking hands, electricity, and the slogan "equity transparency and democracy". The banner reads in large font "We are CWA"

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Alphabet

In January 2021, 200 workers across Alphabet (including Google, subsidiary companies, and vendors) announced they had formed a non-contract union with CWA Local 1400 under the name "Alphabet Workers Union." The union is open to full time employees, as well as temps vendors and contractors. Within the first month, membership jumped to 900+ workers from all areas of the company.

Since launching, AWU has undertaken and won campaigns winning a data center worker her job back, winning a vendor worker the right to have their chosen name on their company badges, extra pay for interns, and more.

Check out the Alphabet Workers Union Twitter and website.

Image of Alphabet Workers Union members on a zoom call with the Alphabet Workers Union logo

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Blue State

In October 2020, workers at Blue State won union certification as members of CWA Local 1101!

Check out the Blue State Union Twitter.

Photo of many workers on zoom taking a solidarity photo with the Blue State union logo and the words "We Won!"

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Voltage Entertainment

In July 2020, video game writers who write diverse and meaningful stories at Voltage Entertainment won a 78% pay increase in the first successful video game worker strike in history! 

Check out the Voltage Organized Workers (VOW) Twitter.

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Glitch

In March 2020, tech workers building a collaborative web at Glitch win voluntary recognition of their union! A year later in March 2021, Glitch workers successfully ratified the first collective bargaining agreement in US tech industry history.

Glitch Workers Organize with CODE-CWA to Make Tech History!