*** AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENTS OF CWA LOCAL 1010, 1012, 1022, 1023  !!! CLICK HERE! ***  AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENTS OF CWA LOCAL 1010, 1012, 1022, 1023 !!! CLICK HERE! ***
















 

 

 

 

 


Click Here for 2014 Grievances Reports
 

Applications for the CWA Joe Beirne Foundation Scholarships for the 2014-2015 School Year are being accepted now Click Here

ALSO For The Jo Ann Diana 2014 Local Scholarship Application
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NJ CWA Commercial Traffic 2012 Contract (v2) 14U minus coin
 


Why CWAers wear red
on Thursdays CLICK HERE

VZ - NJ CWA COMMERCIAL - eff. 8-4-13

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Information for Verizon Members Regarding the New Absence Provisions


CLICK HERE FOR AN IMPORTANT UPDATE
 ABOUT
VERIZON BACKUP CARE PROGRAM
AND PAY STUBS

 


AT&T Wireless Discounts for Union Members
 


Union Plus National Labor College Scholarship

 

 

The Communications Workers of America (CWA) is the largest telecommunications Union in North America, it represents 630,000 workers in public and private employment, including 500,000 workers building the Information Highway. More than 1,200 chartered CWA local unions are affiliated. Members work and live in some 10,000 communities in the U.S. and Canada. CWA members are employed in telecommunications, printing and media, public service, health care, cable television, general manufacturing, electronics, gas and electric utilities, and other fields. CWA holds over 1,000 collective bargaining agreements spelling out wages, benefits, and working conditions for its members. Among major employers of CWA members are AT&T, the Regional Bell telephone companies (RBOC's), GTE, NBC, and ABC television networks, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the state of New Jersey, and leading newspapers.

 

 

SPEED MATTERS!
www.speedmatters.org/howfast
 

Every American needs access to reliable and affordable high-speed internet.  Verizonís strategy of concentrating on high-revenue customers and dumping lines in rural and other lower-revenue areas puts that in jeopardy.
 

 
Why is the US so Far Behind?
Why is the US 16th in the world in broadband adoption?
We invest less in communications; there is an enormous digital divide based on income and geography; and unionized jobs are being replaced by low-wage jobs with less training and higher turnover.

Almost every other developed country has a strategy to promote affordable, universal, fast broadband. High speed is essential for a strong economy in our communities and on the global playing field.
 
 

HOW FAST ARE YOU?

Our Unionís are fighting for public policy for universal high-speed broadband and for the jobs on that network.  Take the first step by testing the speed of your home internet connection.  Itís quick and easy and helps us gather data we need to make our case.

 TAKE THE SPEED TEST:

www.speedmatters.org/howfast

 

 
   

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