Report: Corporate America conspired to cut labor wages by 20 percent

Communications Workers of America (CWA) District 4 Administrative Director Frank Mathews joined the America’s Work Force Union Podcast to discuss a recently released U.S. government report that showed corporate America used its clout in the labor market to cut wages by 20 percent. Continue reading

Frontier Communications Examined on America’s Work Force

Frank Mathews, administrative director for Communication Workers of America, District 4, spoke with America’s Work Force on Feb. 11 to discuss Frontier Communications declaring bankruptcy. Continue reading

AT&T Scandal Discussed on America’s Work Force

Frank Matthews, administrative director for the Communication Workers of America, District 4, spoke with America’s Work Force on Jan. 14 about the AT&T tax scandal. Continue reading

Historical Accuracy of The Irishman Discussed on America’s Work Force

Al Neal, contributing writer to People’s World spoke with America’s Work Force on Dec. 10 to discuss the Netflix original movie The Irishman. Continue reading

AT&T Tax Scam Reviewed on America’s Work Force

Frank Mathews, administrative director for the Communication Workers of America District 4 spoke with America’s Work Force on Nov. 12 about the AT&T tax scam. Continue reading

Over the Counter Drugs Were the Main Topic of Discussion on America’s Work Force

Scott Melville, CEO of Consumer Healthcare Products Association spoke with America’s Work Force on Oct. 8 about over the counter drug prices. Continue reading

America’s Work Force Discussed Richard Trumka’s Interview with Fox News

In early September, Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO joined Fox News Sunday and discussed the United States-Mexico-Canada-Trade Agreement (USMCA). Continue reading

For The People Act Discussed on America’s Work Force

Frank Mathews, Administrative Director for Communication Workers of America, District 4 in Chicago spoke with America’s Work Force on August 13 about the For The People Act. Continue reading