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Effects bargaining opened with AVAYA, CenturyLink, Frontier, and Verizon. National Red Cross talks continued this month. INOVA’s contract expiration was extended, and an MOA was reached with LifePath.
CWA District 2-13 is now accepting applications from District members, as well as children and grandchildren of members, for the 2022 Maisano Labor Scholarship.
The National Coalition of Unions addressed hours of work, staffing, overtime and premium pay, and healthcare, among other issues.
Last Friday, CWA leaders from across the union graduated from the 2021 CWA Minority Leadership Institute (MLI), held virtually for the second year in a row.
Local and national Red Cross talks opened. Comcast South Hills, INOVA, and PIW negotiations continue while current CBAs are extended. An MOA to increase wages was signed with LifePath, and Windstream negotiations heat up as the expiration draws near.
The latest worker power actions from around the country.
The Bargaining Team reached agreements on a number of issues but still have BIG fights ahead on benefits and wages. Prepare to mobilize and take action!
On Wednesday, Sept. 29, negotiations addressed NEPA's "three staff drive" and the Union's holidays proposals.
Local negotiations will take place while the National Coalition negotiates the terms of wages and benefits applicable to all Red Cross locals nationally.
The Bargaining Team were in negotiations throughout the week and report progress in many areas. Bargaining will resume next week.
Delaware Governor John Carney signed HB #79 into law. The new law allows Delaware State Police 911 dispatchers to retire with a full retirement package at 25 years instead of 30.