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Postponed due to inclement weather ALL OUT TO PROTECT YOUR HEALTH CARE AND PENSION!

Postponed due to inclement weather On Wednesday February 20, Senators Singleton and Addiego will join Senate President Steve Sweeney for a town hall meeting as he pushes his plan for increases in your health care costs and ending the current…

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CWA Local 1033 General Membership Meeting 1/24/19 @ Patriots Theater War Memorial Building 4:30pm

CWA Local 1033 union membership meeting 1/24/19

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Education & Equity Meeting 1/29/19

Education and Equity Committee Meeting

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Join Us at the Women’s March in Atlantic City January 19th, 2019

CWA Local 1033 Education & Equity Committee is organizing to attend the Women’s March in Atlantic City, NJ. Interested Members please contact CWA Local 1033 at 609-394-7725 and ask to speak to Joy, Sharon or Jeanette or email Regina M….

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Union Plus Free College Benefit

Helping Union Families with the Cost of College Education

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Nominate Tom Bruno as State Employee Representative to the Board of Trustees of the PERS system

Nominate Tom Bruno as State Employee Representative to the Board of Trustees of the Public Employee Retirement System (PERS)

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Retroactive Pay October 26th

All retroactive pay will be issued on October 26, 2018. The paper check payment will be distributed throughout the day in the workplace.

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Renewed call for pension reform angers public employee unions | Video | NJTV News

A major recommendation of the Steve Sweeney task force is to cut back again on public pensions. At the headquarters of the CWA in Trenton, that’s not going over so well.

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Blood Drive Survey – Education Equity Committee

The CWA Local 1033 Education Equity Committee is hosting a blood drive this fall and is in search of volunteers who want to donate and give the gift of life to someone in need.

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New Jersey Supreme Court rejected Christie’s job banding rule which implemented far-reaching changes to the state’s promotion process.

New Jersey Supreme Court rejected Christie’s job banding rule which implemented far-reaching changes to the state’s promotion process.

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