Governor Murphy took office January 16. Both CWA and the State have acted quickly since that time to get negotiations back on track and to clear roadblocks the Christie administration left in our path. CWA’s top priorities for our state executive branch membership are to settle our long-expired contract and resolve the dispute over stalled increments as quickly as possible.Read More
The members of the Local Election Committee certify that the results of the tabulation of the ballots cast in the run-off election for the position of Secretary were as follows: View official announcement: Final Runoff Results for Secretary Roberto Sayers:…Read More
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of former CWA local 1033 President Rae Roeder.Read More
We had a wonderful time with our brothers and sisters at our annual CWA Local 1033 holiday party. A special thank you to everyone who came out and made this year’s event so special.Read More
Edited April 4, 2018 to include Final Runoff for Secretary Edited January 8th, 2018 to include run-off election results. The members of the Local Election Committee certify that the results of the tabulation of the ballots cast in the election…Read More
CWA has been on the cutting edge of trying to push back health care costs without cost-shifting. Chapter 78 has harmed our members, caused healthcare to be too expensive, and has encouraged cost-shifting instead of cost containment. A new Administration and a reasonable Governor will hopefully lead to a more reasonable cost sharing on healthcare– but if you can, you should consider reducing your costs with these union-negotiated plans.Read More
After a year of work and advocacy by CWA and other public sector union representatives on New Jersey’s State Health Benefits Design Committee, nearly 40,000 CWA public workers will see no increase in health care costs in 2018 due to…Read More
We do not believe that this matter will be resolved before the end of Christie’s term. We think that the mean-spirited and arrogant Christie is stalling to try to save face and to try to leave more of his mess in the lap of the next Governor.
At the end of the day, however, he will be gone, we will be here, we will get our increments and we will get a Contract that protects our language and our rights and that is better than it would have been had we caved.
Thank you for your continued patience and support.Read More