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!
CWA and PIW met Monday, August 6th and Tuesday, August 7th. The Company and Union are nearing a conclusion to negotiating non-economic language. Now more than ever we need members to unite and stand up for yourself, your co-worker and your patients.
The CWA Local 2336 Bargaining Team met with PIW on Tuesday, February 6, 2018. In the opening session the Union and the Company had extensive conversation regarding training, certification, and the use of Healthstream.
The CWA and PIW met Tuesday, December 5, 2017. There was very good interactive and productive conversation that came out of today’s session and for future sessions. The Union and the Hospital have tentative dates to meet after the New Year.
The CWA Local 2336 Bargaining Team met with the Psychiatric Institute of Washington, DC this week and continued to engage PIW, working toward gaining a fair contract that the members can be proud of. We are asking that ALL members remain engaged in the ongoing mobility efforts here at the workplace.
The Union and Company resumed bargaining three days this week after breaking for the holiday. The Union opened the bargaining session by submitting to the Company an “information request” which both sides engaged in open and frank discussions concerning various issues.
Read the report from CWA Local 2336 and the Psychiatric Institute of Washington, DC's second bargaining meeting this week. The Union and Company discussed health and safety issues and scheduled new sessions for January 2017.