• Bob Swanson Mobilizing

To help protect and give members a voice in today's Telecom industry.

CWA International News

We applaud these Attorneys General for taking decisive action to prevent T-Mobile and Sprint from gaining anti-competitive power at the expense of workers, customers, and communities.

The latest bargaining and mobilizing news for General Electric and AT&T.

Last week, Delaware Governor John Carney signed SB-8 to expand collective bargaining rights for all state worker bargaining units.

Thanks to the hard work of Nevada CWAers, call center legislation is now heading to Governor Steve Sisolak for a signature!

CWA members have been affected by a number of natural disasters in recent weeks. The effects have been particularly severe for our IUE-CWA members.

Piedmont passenger service agents are fighting to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 by 2024.

The West Virginia State Senate passed legislation this week to further restrict education workers' right to strike.

Fifteen partial college scholarships of $4,000 each are being awarded for the 2019-2020 school year.

The latest bargaining information for the University of California and AT&T, including AT&T Midwest, AT&T Legacy T, AT&T Mobility, and AT&T Southeast.

CWAers across the country are mobilizing to protect call center jobs from offshoring!

CWA 1150 News

Tentative Agreement info

Local 1150 members,

 

This is just a few points from the tentative agreement that we were asked to share with you, and yes this is all we have as of right now. The Local presidents will be meeting next week for a full contract and explanation meeting. After that we will have more details for all of you. If you have any questions please email them to the president at unity1150@aol.com. 

Tentative Agreement has been reached

The bargaining team has reach a tentative agreement with AT&T on a new contract. We do not have the details of it yet. Once we do we will share them with you all.

VTP/Surplus Info 6/14

The company is continuing it's layoffs and it has affected Local 1150 again.  These are the individuals that are affected by the surplus.
 
 
SENIOR RECORDS CLERK,                  CHAIN BRIDGE RD Oakton, VA  1
CUSTOMER MAINT TECHNICIAN         30 KNIGHTSBRIDGE RD Piscataway, NJ 10
CUSTOMER SWITCH TECHNICIAN      30 KNIGHTSBRIDGE RD Piscataway, NJ 11
GPM CARPENTER                                  S LAUREL AVE BLDG A Middletown,  NJ 1
REPORTS CLERK                                   WESTERN AVE Lisle, IL 1
BUSSVC CSTRSVC PROVSNG ENG     KINGS WAY Sacramento, CA 8
 
 
send any questions to the president at unity1150@aol.com

General Membership Meeting

Please be advised there will be a general membership meeting:

May 15th,  6:00PM,

Napoli Restuarant,  1145 N Colony Rd,  Wallingford  CT  06492