About

CWA is the largest telecommunications union in the world
and is comprised of over 1,200 chartered locals which represents more than 700,000 private and public sector workers across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.

CWA was founded in 1938 at meetings in Chicago and New Orleans. First known as the National Federation of Telephone Workers, the union later became the Communications Workers of America in 1947.

CWA members are employed in the industries of telecommunications, customer service, manufacturing, airline, broadcasting, cable television, journalism, publishing, printing, public services, law enforcement, health care, and education.

CWA Local 3310 has a membership of approximately 1,000 who are employed by AT&T Southeast, AT&T Mobility, AT&T Internet Services, AT&T Utilities, Avaya, and independent print shops.

Our purpose is to uphold the collective bargaining agreements we have in place and represent our members with respect to wages, benefits, working conditions, and the security of their employment.