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With billions of dollars in State funding on the line, CWAers pulled out all the stops to speak with lawmakers, community members, and advocacy groups about our priority issues.

Nearly 200 CWA District 1 stewards and Health and Safety workplace committee members in New Jersey participated in the third part of an eleven hour training course last week.

CWAers will always support our union sisters and brothers fighting for union representation, fair contracts, and better working conditions!
CWA Local 1088 had already been in a heated battle with the Ocean County Board of Social Services over COVID-related health and safety issues due to unsafe staffing levels when contract negotiations were set to begin.
This month marked a full year into the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, and our essential workers are still on the frontlines of the crisis and working through extraordinary conditions to deliver care, connectivity, service, education, news, and more.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Marty Walsh to lead the Department of Labor. Walsh will be the first union member to be Secretary of Labor in nearly 50 years.
Visit cwa.org/covid for up-to-date information on protecting yourself from COVID-19 infection and answers to frequently asked questions about vaccination.
The program focuses on developing and educating rank-and-file worksite Health & Safety Committees, aiming to turn committee members into experts on safe environments.
After months of hard work and advocacy, workers in New York scored a major, hard-fought victory on March 1st with the passage of the NY HERO Act in the New York State Senate.

In an NLRB supervised election, workers at General Datatech (formerly Converge One) voted 8-1 to join CWA! Many workers at this interconnect contractor were members of CWA 1109 when employed at Converge One.

CWA petitioned for an election at Datatech just before Thanksgiving, and on February 18th, the mail-in ballots were finally counted. Throughout the long campaign, the workers publicly showed their solidarity, while management was limited in their face-to-face contact due to the pandemic.