Verizon has sent out two letters to CWA which provide notice of the company’s intention to contract out certain work in six months. (see below). The company has shown what they think of our jobs and our job security, we will mobilize and fight! Our labor built this company and we will not allow this [...]
Last night, in his state of the union address, President Obama spoke with confid ence about his vision for our nation. I was glad to hear about initiatives to expand educational opportunities and help workers better balance work and family responsibilities.
But there was one thing in his speech that didn’t make sense– asking Congress for Trade Promotion [...]
Verizon has declared a surplus of 169 Field Technicians in FAA 1 (New York City). This surplus has been determined by the Company to be due to a process change, not an external event. The provisions of FAP Articles 8(b) and 10 will not apply.
If the surplus condition requires the use of the Enhanced Income [...]
The Corporate Profit Sharing Award will be distributed March 13, 2015. Deadline to defer is February 5, 2015. Members should have received a letter from Verizon stating that the Corporate Profit Sharing Award will be paid to eligible employees on March 13 in your regularly scheduled paycheck. The actual amount of the award will be [...]
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District 1 VP Chris Shelton – Rally at VZ Headquarters
Verizon has declared a surplus in FAAs 1-6. This surplus has been determined by the Company to be due to a process change, not an external event. The provisions of FAP Articles 8(b) and 10 will not apply. CWA Local 1101 titles affected by the surplus appear in column marked FAA1.
There are a total of 190 declared surplus in FAA 1. [...]
Where will you be Thursday, Dec 4?
Rally to Protect our Jobs and Our Future
Verizon Headquarters, 1095 Avenue of the Americas, 6pm
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Verizon CEO McAdam made more last year than the company paid in taxes.
Verizon is refusing to extend the FiOS build, leaving many communities without access to essential high speed internet service.
There’s plenty of work, [...]
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