Workers At Mobi, Hawaii's Largest Regional Wireless Company, ‘Go Union’ With The CWA
(HONOLULU, HAWAII) - Workers at Mobi, Hawaii's largest Regional Wireless Company, have formed a union with the Communications Workers of America (CWA)
The company has voluntarily recognized their Workers’ Union, which is a monumental step forward for an industry overrun with Union-Busting and retaliation, CWA Officials said.
The Mobi Workers Union is wall-to-wall, representing all 36 Front Line and Digital Workers at the for-profit Telecommunications Company, including its Retail Store Workers on the Island of Oahu, Customer Service Representatives and Tech Workers.
Mobi's decision to voluntarily recognize its Workers’ Union is rare and contrasts with major tech companies’ rampant Union-busting across the industry.
In conjunction with the Union win, Mobi CEO Justen Burdette joined with CWA President Chris Shelton to speak to the importance of Labor Standards in the Telecom Industry at CWA’s annual District 9 Leadership Conference in Honolulu.