About

CWA Local 1033 represents the following New Jersey State Workers of the Executive Branch Departments in Mercer County:
Department of Banking and Insurance
Department of Education
Office of the Public Defender
State Treasury (except O.I.T.)
Department of State and Military and Veterans Affairs
Department of Law and Public Safety
Motor Vehicle Commission
State Library (in TAESC)
O.A.L. (in but not of Treasury)
Division of State Police Civilian Personnel
Division of Taxation
Motor Vehicle Commission
Division of Revenue
Division of Pensions

CWA STRONG

CWA STRONG is a challenge to all of us, to create a shared understanding of the forces that seek to derail the gains we’ve made. We’ll use the smarts we’ve acquired in decades of organizing, bargaining and mobilization to reach every member, strengthen our union and protect good jobs, wages, benefits and retirement.

The CWA STRONG Pledge

I pledge to be an active member of my union.  I will make my local stronger by encouraging non-members to join and doing whatever it takes to protect our jobs, wages, benefits and retirement.  I am CWA STRONG.

For Members

CWA Local 1033 is the Labor Union that represents and advocates on behalf of 5,000 public workers of Mercer County in the state of New Jersey. We are an organized group of workers who unite to make decisions about conditions affecting their work. Local 1033 strives to bring economic justice to the workplace and social justice to our nation.

In addition to the hard work we do in representing and advocating for our members, CWA Local 1033 is proud to offer exclusive savings for our Members.
Scholarships
Legal Services Plan
Training Opportunities
Entertainment Discounts
And many more…

Latest Articles

Education Equity Meeting 5/25/22 @ 5 PM

The Education and Equity Committee will meet via Zoom on Wednesday, May 29, 2022 at 5:00 pm. Please confirm your attendance with Misty to mlammons@cwalocal1033.com. Thank you,Misty Lammons Secretary Education & Equity Committee CWA Local 1033 Education and Equity is…

CWA Local 1033 General Membership Meeting – March 31, 2022

CWA Local 1033 General Membership Meeting – March 31, 2022 held virtually via Zoom. Meeting starts at 5:30 PM. All Members must pre-register to participate in this meeting. Registration deadline is 2:00 PM on March 31, 2022. Once your membership…

Education Equity Meeting 3/29/22 @ 5 PM

The Education and Equity Committee will meet via Zoom on Tuesday, March 29, 2022 at 5:00 pm. Please confirm your attendance with Misty to mlammons@cwalocal1033.com. Thank you,Misty Lammons Secretary Education & Equity Committee CWA Local 1033 Education and Equity is…

CWA and the State of New Jersey Contract July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2023

Contract July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2023 Contract CWA Communications Workers of American and the State of New Jersey July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2023 Contract. Administrative/Clerical Unit, Professional Unit, Higher Level Supervisory Unit, Higher Level Supervisory Unit…

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Grievance Form

Grievances

A Grievance is a claimed breach, misinterpretation or improper application of the terms of this Agreement; or claimed violation, misinterpretation or misapplication of rules or regulations, existing policies, orders, letters of memoranda or agreement, administrative decisions, or laws, applicable to the agency or department which employs the grievant which establish terms and conditions of employment.

The purpose of the Grievance procedure is to resolve grievances and to assure prompt and equitable solutions of problems arising from the administration of the Agreement, or other conditions of employment by providing the exclusive vehicle set forth in the Contract between CWA and the State of New Jersey article 4, Grievance Procedure; for the settlement of grievances. An employee is entitled to use this grievance procedure and to be represented by the Union upon his or her request in accordance with the provisions of this Article. An employee shall not be coerced, intimidated or suffer any reprisal as a direct or indirect result of such use.

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