The Bargaining Committee has been fighting hard, and Comcast withdrew a number of proposals that would have stripped the Corliss contract. The Union presented an economic package, which includes improvements to training, On Call/Standby, and wages.
The Bargaining Committee thanks the members who joined bargaining today. Productive off table discussions helped to move the bargaining agenda forward and head off the many givebacks Comcast introduces. Wear your RED!!!
Discussions between CWA and Comcast centered around Discipline, Attendance, Vacation, Standby, Work Protections and Motor Vehicle Accidents. The CWA Bargaining Committee thanks each member who joined the bargaining table this week.
During Thursday's bargaining session discussion topics included discipline, the probationary period, and attendance in the Comcast Corliss contract. To show unity, the Bargaining Committee asks members to wear RED throughout negotiations.
Wednesday's bargaining session was spent in discussions and asking questions about Comcast’s intentions on proposals related to changes to standby, discipline, probationary period, absence, and vacation.
The CWA Bargaining Team continues to fight for our Comcast Corliss members at the bargaining table and in the face of Comcast's concessionary proposals. An extension agreement was signed at this session.
As bargaining between CWA Local 13000 and Comcast continues this week, the Bargaining Committee emphasizes the importance that each member mobilizes and sends a message that you will settle for nothing less than a fair contract.
CWA and PIW met to bargain on March 6th and March 7th, 2019. Improvements were made concerning the patient care grievance process. Safety continues to be one of the members' top concerns being addressed during these rounds of negotiations.
CWA and PIW met to discuss - among other issues - speeding up the process of negotiations so that the members can look forward to a new and improved contract. Stay strong brothers and sisters and watch for mobilization activities.
Negotiations with PIW continued on Tuesday, November 27. The Bargaining Committee continued working on remaining contract language proposals so they can move the topic of negotiations from contract language to economic proposals.
Negotiations continue on Monday and Tuesday. CWA is communicating across the table the lack of respect for the grievance process and in some cases other contract language - as well as towards our members. Everyone needs to stand united!
Bargaining resumed between CWA and Windstream this week. After days of fighting to hold off many of the givebacks and getting members' issues addressed, the Bargaining Team reached a tentative agreement on all four contracts!
The CWA Piedmont Bargaining Committee received the election results from BallotPoint, the independent company that oversaw the voting process. The Tentative Agreement between CWA and Piedmont has been ratified.
CWA's joint District 1 and District 2-13 Bargaining Committee reached a Tentative Agreement with Dex Media. The new 2-year agreement raises the base wage of BA’s for the first time in several years and retains several key benefits.