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CWA 1150 News

Local updates

Reminder: today at 5PM there is a General membership meeting at 6 Harrison St, 4th floor, NY.

The leafleting at Yankee Stadium and CitiField have both been canceled.

The TA has been updated, there were a few things that were printed wrong, here is the updated version.

2015 TA contract

Here are some of the major points of the TA that was agreed on at bargaining. The ratification vote has to be in by June 26th. details on that will come in a few days. Local 1150 thanks the bargaining team for all their hard work.

Tentative Agreement Reached!!

The Union Bargaining team has reached a tentative agreement with the company. Once we have more details we will share them with the membership.

 

 

CWA International News

Organizing victories at American Red Cross and Cricket.

Carolina Figueroa, a T-Mobile US call center worker in Albuquerque, N.M., urged Deutsche Telekom shareholders in Germany today to stop worker harassment by management at its U.S. subsidiary and respect workers' rights to organize.

Multi-billion dollar subsidies by the governments of Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways and Emirates Airline have resulted in the "text book" example of an un-level playing field and violate longstanding agreements with the U.S. and other nations.

It was typical Chris Christie bluster as the New Jersey governor held a town hall in Kenilworth, New Jersey, on March 31, 2015.

Join us today for CWA President Larry Cohen's last town hall call before he steps down in June.

Read President Cohen's latest HuffPost blog on Fast Track and the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.

The Iowa Federation of Labor AFL-CIO held a standing-room only "Working Families Summit" at Iowa State University to discuss how to wrest the government back from the wealthy.

CWA activists made their presence felt at weekend political events all across Iowa.

CWA Activists joined with labor allies, environmentalists, and grassroots activists across the country in continuing to hold lawmakers accountable for their positions on the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership.

CWA commends the 38 Senators who today voted against the motion to proceed on Fast Track, or Trade Promotion Authority. Thirty-three Democrats, or 73 percent of the Senate Democratic Caucus, voted no.