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Through a partnership with American Income Life Insurance Company, additional benefits are being provided to all members of CWA Local 1000. BENEFITS INCLUDE • A Group Accidental Death & Dismemberment Benefit Health Services Discount Card • Child Safe Kit Learn more by clicking here:

 

Verizon NJ announce Voluntary Special EISPs

Verizon-NJ have announced Voluntary Special EISPs

Verizon NJ

September 10, 2018 packages will be distributed.

Sept 17, 2018 the volunteer period will begin.

October 16, 2018 volunteer period ends.

October 27, 2018 off payroll date for accepted applicants.

 

Contract ratification: PDF icon20180810_verizon_ratification_v2.pdf

verizon contract ballet info:

Below is the MOU about the contract extention:

PDF icon2018_cwa_mou.pdf

Special Meeting For Verizon members about contract extension below is meeting info:

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Verizon Press release about contract extension: 

Workers See Continued Gains In New Four-Year Deal With Verizon

AGREEMENT INCLUDES 11.2% WAGE INCREASES AND STRONGER RETIREMENT BENEFITS
Thursday, July 19, 2018

Today, Verizon workers represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) announced a tentative agreement on a four year extension of the current contract, which was set to expire in August 2019. The deal builds on significant gains won by Verizon workers as a result of their 49-day strike in 2016, providing for additional wage increases and enhanced retirement benefits. The agreement, which extends the contract through August 5, 2023, will deliver an 11.2% wage increase over the additional four years and covers over 34,000 Verizon workers, including call center workers, and central office and field technicians represented by CWA and the IBEW.

"This agreement ensures a better future and good, family-supporting jobs for thousands of Verizon workers," said CWA District 1 Vice President Dennis Trainor. "Since the end of the 2016 strike, we have seen a marked improvement in the relationship between CWA and Verizon, and this agreement reflects the more constructive relationship that has developed since then."

A separate agreement was reached covering 40 Verizon Wireless retail workers in Brooklyn, as well as 7 workers in Hazleton, PA, who voted just last week to join CWA. That agreement provides for a $900 signing bonus for Brooklyn Wireless employees, creates a first-ever floor for the merit pay pool, creates a new Labor-Management committee to address further improvements in scheduling, and strengthens the grievance procedure. About 90 Verizon Wireless technicians will receive the 11.2% compounded wage increases over the term of the extension and will have improved language regarding transfers by seniority.

"Verizon approached CWA earlier this summer to propose early negotiations to extend the current contract," said Ed Mooney, Vice President for CWA District 2-13, which covers Pennsylvania to Virginia. "We saw this as an opportunity to make improvements for our members without the lengthy conflict we experienced two years ago. This is a solid agreement that will improve the living standards of our members across the region."

Following the 2016 strike – one of the largest in recent history – Verizon agreed to add 1,300 new East Coast call center jobs and reverse several outsourcing initiatives. The four-year agreement also included 10.9% in raises, new benefits, $2800 minimum in profit sharing, pension increases, and a first contract for Verizon Wireless retail store employees in Brooklyn, NY. The extension announced today preserves these contract provisions going forward.

By mutual agreement, negotiations on the contract extension were limited to wages and benefits and the length of the new agreement. The wins for Verizon workers come amid a wave of worker actions to raise wages, improve working conditions, and hold corporations accountable. Like the successful teacher strikes this spring, Verizon's willingness to come to the table early and agree to this contract is yet another testament to the power of working people standing together.

The tentative agreement will now go to CWA members, who are expected to vote on the deal in the next few weeks.

"These victories for Verizon workers are a testament to working people's power in numbers," said CWA President Chris Shelton. "When we take decisive action, we pave the way for big wins – protecting middle class jobs and raising standards across the board. When we remain united, we secure a better life for our families. Verizon and other big corporations are realizing that long-term success means investing in workers today."

Verizon contract extension update

HERE IS THE SUMMARY OF TENTATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN COMMUNICATIONS WORKERS OF AMERICA DISTRICT 2-13 AND DISTRICT 1 NJ AND VERIZON MID-ATLANTIC PDF icon final_extension_ta_summary_ma.pdf (390.33 KB)

*******VERIZON BARGAINING UPDATE*********

As of 7/16/18: CWA, IBEW and Verizon have reached an agreement in principle to extend the collective bargaining agreement for a four-year period. The current agreements are set to expire on August 3, 2019. If finalized, the agreements will extend through August 5, 2023. The company and unions are documenting the understanding in signed contracts and expect to have that completed this week, at which time we will communicate further details.
The contracts will be subject to ratification by the Union members. We will keep you posted.

Here is the latest update from July 3, 2018 In regards to Verizon Contract Extension:

As previously announced, CWA, IBEW and Verizon began meeting for a two-week period to attempt to negotiate the terms of a possible extension to the collective bargaining agreements that are set to expire in August 2019. We have agreed with the Company to extend the negotiations for a few additional days after the holiday. Meetings are expected
to resume in the middle of next week.
We will provide additional updates as appropriate.

Have a happy and safe holiday!

Committee Application and responsibilities: PDF iconcomm_resp_2018.pdf 

committeeapplication_2018.pdf

Beirne Foundation Scholarship: This is to inform you that we will be announcing the application process for the CWA Joe Beirne Foundation’s scholarship for the 2018-2019 school year. The Foundation’s Board of Directors has approved the awarding of sixteen (16) partial college scholarships of $4,000 each for two years. Eligible for the scholarships are CWA members, their spouses, children and grandchildren, including the dependents of retired, laid-off, or deceased members. Applications will be available solely online for submission on the Foundation’s website athttp://www.cwa-union.org/pages/beirne_scholarship_application

Please follow this link at www.cwa-union.org/beirneposter for the poster that you can distribute to members and post on local websites to encourage participation.

Updates 2017 candidates for officers, chief stewards and stewards: 

FINAL CERTIFICATION OF ELECTION RESULTS: PDF icon2017_election_-_final_results_-_010218.pdf

CWA LOCAL 1000 OFFICER, CHIEF STEWARD AND STEWARD FINAL CERTIFICATION OF ELECTION RESULTS: cwa_local_1000_election_committee_report_-_120817.pdf (188.19 KB)

Final Result – Certified by the Election Committee December 1, 2017: PDF icon2017_election_-_final_results_-_120117.pdf

The tentative results of the 2017 Officer Election:  PDF icon2017_election_-_tentative_results_-_111317_1.pdf

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Attention all Members: Effective today, October 20, 2017, Marion Cuttino has withdrawn her name from nomination for President.  Sample ballots have already been printed and her name will appear.  Be informed that no votes for her will be accepted.

  PDF iconnominees_form.pdf

At&T Update: The Final Bargaining Report:  

TENTATIVE AGREEMENT REACHED AT AT&T MOBILITY - ORANGE CONTRACT 2017

 

New Bylaw:  PDF iconbylaws_adopted_july_31_2017.pdf

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JOE BEIRNE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: Click here for rules PDF iconbeirne fund rule

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Through a partnership with American Income Life Insurance Company, additional benefits are being provided to all members of CWA Local 1000. BENEFITS INCLUDE • A Group Accidental Death & Dismemberment Benefit Health Services Discount Card • Child Safe Kit Learn more by clicking here:

Below is info about the Meeting