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Letter from the VP

May 3, 2016                                

                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

            Tomorrow marks the beginning of our fourth week on strike and in all my career I have never been more proud of you my Brothers and Sisters in Labor. Every day now you have show up to the picket lines with enthusiasm and spirit and a deep determination to win a fair contract and I am honored to be counted among you.

We have not taken this course lightly, we know the struggle will be hard but in this struggle our true strength will be revealed. Verizon has revealed its self to the world as the poster child of corporate greed. Their greed will be their down fall because no amount of money can buy them the strength and fortitude that you have.  Unions from across the nation have rallied around us and promised us their support but most importantly the public is behind us. We have seen such an out pouring of support from the public because they know that Verizon is everything that is wrong with corporate America.

For ten months the company has made one retrogressive demand after another and still to this very day Verizon refuses to address any of your concerns. Instead they have engaged in one scare tactic after another. They have all the time and money to make videos explaining how wonderful they are but they could only spend two hours with our bargaining team on Monday before they told us to get lost.  

Brothers and Sisters you are the strength of the labor movement and you will win this fight.

Stand Fast and Hold the Line.

Todd Kelsey

Vice President

NY Daily News editorial
Strike for the middle class: Verizon employees take a stand for the American worker NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, April 30, 2016, 4:05 AM The 36,000 workers who have gone on strike against telecom giant Verizon are front-line troops in the struggle for the preservation of the American middle class. Read More...
Regional Bargaining Report # 53

Regional Bargaining Report # 53

Monday May 2, 2016

 

 

Your Bargaining Team met with the company in Rye this afternoon for approximately 2 1/2 hours.

We made some compromise proposals in a number of areas, designed to kick-start the bargaining process. One of these proposals included a plan that would give the company greater flexibility in routing customer service calls, while at the same time limiting the amount of contracting out of that work overall.

The company completely dismissed our proposals without even asking clarifying questions. They told us that when we start to move on their major demands, they would address our proposals more seriously.

They continue to insist that we cave in on all of their major proposals that would destroy our jobs and job security. These job-killing proposals include:

· Insisting on closing 5 call centers, which could lead to subcontracting and offshoring of our work.

· Slashing the percentage of call center work handled by our members.

· Insisting on expanded contracting out of field technicians work, including replacing, maintaining and moving hardware on poles.

· Eliminating the job security unless we agree to transfers and retirement incentives out of seniority order.

· Reduction of disability benefits.

· Freezing pension accruals at 30 years.

· And there is still not one word about improving the wages, benefits and working conditions of Verizon Wireless retail store employees or a fair contract for the VZW techs.

The company is testing us. They think the combination of cutting off health benefits and spending something like $500,000 sending every member a FedEx package with their so-called "last, best and final offer" will break the strike. They think we are not prepared to fight. They think we are about to fold.

They are wrong!

The strike grows stronger by the day. It becomes clearer every day that the replacement workers don't have a clue about what they're doing and the company is falling further and further behind on FiOS installs and dealing with troubles. The picketing of wireless stores is expanding, and on Thursday, there will be a National Day of Action to spread the Wireless picketing across the country, with the help of other CWA Districts and our allies like Jobs with Justice and the AFL-CIO. On Thursday, we will challenge the company at their Annual Shareholders' Meeting in Albuquerque.

The key is to keep the picket lines at Wireless strong, and to keep following the scabs. Pretty soon, the company will get the message--they will not break us. We will win. Stay strong!

Regional Bargaining Report # 52
Regional Bargaining Report # 52
Thursday April 28, 2016
 
 
Today, Verizon presented what it described as its “last, best, and final offer” to your bargaining teams in Philadelphia and Westchester.
Unfortunately, their “last and best” was little more than the “same old bullshit.”
Here’s what they offered that was new: an additional 1% in wages, one year of corporate profit-sharing, and at last, they backed off at least part of their demand to be able to transfer workers for two months anywhere in the footprint. (They are however, still insisting on the right to transfer workers out of state for two months if the worker can commute home in the evening).
We of course welcome higher wages and these other changes.  But what good is a wage increase if we cannot ensure that our jobs will be around a year or two from now?
The company’s latest offer fails to address the union’s commitment to preserve job security and good jobs for our members in our communities.
·         There was no movement on the closing of call centers, which could lead to subcontracting and offshoring of our work.
·         They barely budged on the issue of protecting our share of the call center work.
·         They gave us an insulting proposal on contracting out plant work that does not return any contracted work to the bargaining unit, but might possibly slow down further contracting in the future.
·         Preservation of the “job security letter” is still linked to declaring surpluses by organization and eliminating seniority protections for transfers.
·         They are still looking to reduce our disability benefits.
·         They are still proposing to freeze pension accruals at 30 years.
·         There is still not one word about improving the wages, benefits and working conditions of Verizon Wireless retail store employees or a fair contract for the VZW techs.
Even before the company finished up this insulting presentation, it posted videos on its website designed to persuade our members that this was a reasonable offer and that we should end our strike.
Your bargaining committee was infuriated by this move in particular, and blasted the company for its arrogance and unwillingness after 10 months of bargaining to address the concerns of 39,000 CWA and IBEW members from Massachusetts to Virginia.
As usual, we are prepared to continue bargaining towards a fair contract.  The company can call  their proposals whatever they want: “last, best, final”; “first and worst”; “the greatest thing since sliced bread.” Calling it the “last, best and final” is just a tired way of trying to intimidate our members into accepting a contract that we can’t live with.  It hasn’t worked in the past, and it won’t work now.
We will continue bargaining and striking until we get the contract that you deserve.  The strike is incredibly effective.  Picket lines are strong across the footprint. Business in Wireless stores has plummeted.  The scabs are making mistakes right and left, endangering themselves and the public with their unsafe practices—two of them nearly electrocuted themselves cutting a LIPA electric line in Garden City yesterday, and others dropped a telephone pole on a customer’s house in New Jersey—and they are failing to get any work accomplished.  A restaurant in New Brunswick featured a sign in the window that their online reservations system has been down because Verizon couldn’t fix their internet for 8 days, and that Verizon was being very unhelpful.
We are continuing to escalate the strike.  We are spreading picketing at Wireless stores across the country.  We are headed to the shareholders meeting in Albuquerque a week from today.
Meanwhile, your bargaining committee is working on next steps and will keep you posted on any new developments in bargaining.  Stay strong, stay united, stay militant.  We are winning.
Continuing Medical Coverage While on Strike

TO:                 CWA Members on Strike Against Verizon

 

FROM:           Dennis G. Trainor, Vice President District 1

                        Communications Workers of America, AFL-CIO

 

RE:                 VERIZON STRIKE: Continuing Medical Coverage While on Strike

 

DATE:            April 26, 2016

 

There have been many questions raised related to continuing medical coverage during the strike.  Here are some facts that will help answer those questions.

 

1.      Verizon has announced that it is cancelling health benefits for striking workers beginning May 1, 2016.

 

2.      CWA has pledged that no striking member or family member will go without medically necessary health care during the strike.  CWA will pay for all necessary medical/hospital expenses incurred on May 1, 2016 or later.

 

3.      The term “necessary” does not include any treatment not normally covered under the Verizon Medical Plan, nor does it cover any elective procedures or dental work that can be postponed until after the strike.  PLEASE CANCEL AND PLAN TO RESCHEDULE ANY WELL DOCTOR VISITS, ELECTIVE PROCEDURES AND DENTAL CLEANING/EXAMS THAT ARE SCHEDULED AFTER MAY 1, 2016.

 

4.      All medical bills for which you are requesting payment should include the name of the patient, date of treatment, name of provider, service rendered and where the bill should be mailed.

 

5.      In limited cases the CWA Fund Director for District 1 will authorize payment of COBRA premiums on behalf of strikers and their families, If you or a family member has a serious, chronic medical condition.  TO APPLY, you should speak immediately to your Local Member Relief Fund Coordinator and request a “CWA Request For COBRA Payment” form.  Make sure that when you fill out the form you include any supporting medical documentation.

 

6.      The Local will get the form to the CWA Fund Director for District 1 for review and determination.

 

7.      If a member is approved for continuing medical coverage through COBRA, CWA will pay the required premium.  The member will continue to be responsible for any copays, deductibles and coinsurance amounts applicable to the health plan.  

 

8.      STRIKERS WHO CAN OBTAIN HEALTH CARE COVERAGE THROUGH A SPOUSE OR PARENT DURING THE STRIKE SHOULD DO SO.

 

9.      Members who were on company paid disability before the strike began and continue to be medically disabled will not have their insurance cancelled.  Verizon will consider them to be disabled and will continue health insurance coverage.

 

10.  Any person who was retired before the date of the strike will not have their retirement benefits or health insurance impacted at all.

 

Again, I must stress that no striker or striker’s family member will be without necessary medical coverage during the strike.  If you have any questions at all, please call your Local MRF Coordinator, our team will be working closely with them.

 

Thank you.


Download: Medical Coverage while on Strike Memo-4-26-16.pdf
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STRIKING VERIZON WORKERS JOIN CLARKSTOWN EDUCATORS’ PROTEST

WHAT: Striking Verizon workers – members of the Communications Workers of America

(CWA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) from Rockland County

will join hundreds of Clarkstown educators Tuesday in a demonstration over the failure of

Clarkstown’s Board of Education to negotiate a fair contract for teachers, teaching assistants and

clerical workers.

Verizon workers and members of the Clarkstown Teachers’ Association met recently on picket

lines set up as part of the unions’ strike against Verizon. In a reciprocal show of support, Verizon

workers will march in solidarity with Clarkstown educators to the Board of Education meeting,

which begins at 8 p.m. Clarkstown educators have been working under the terms of an expired

labor agreement.

WHEN: Tuesday, April 19 at 7 p.m.

WHERE: Felix Festa Middle School, 30 Parrott Rd., West Nyack. Demonstrators will be

meeting on the Parrott Rd. side of the school.

April 18th Rally

Download: mondaystrikerallyflyer.pdf
Strike at Verizon

CWA and IBEW Set to Go On Strike at Verizon

Wednesday, April 13, 6 a.m.

After ten months of intensive negotiations to reach a fair contract with Verizon, the CWA and IBEW have announced a strike deadline of 6 a.m. on Wednesday, April 13.  We will set up picket lines and shut this company down if a fair agreement is not reached by then.

Verizon made $39 billion in profits over the last three years — and $1.8 billion a month in profits over the first three months of 2016 — but the company is still insisting on givebacks that would devastate our jobs.

The company wants to gut job security protections, contract out more of our work, freeze our pensions at 30 years of service, shutter call centers and offshore the jobs to Mexico and the Philippines. If we don’t accept all of these changes, they will require technicians to work away from home for as long as two months at a time, anywhere in the Verizon footprint, without seeing their families. Verizon has also totally refused to negotiate any improvements in wages, benefits or working conditions for Verizon Wireless retail workers who formed a union in 2014.

The company’s greed is disgusting.  Lowell McAdam made $18 million last year—more than 200 times the compensation of the average Verizon employee. Verizon’s top five executives made $233 million over the last five years.  Last year alone, Verizon paid out $13.5 billion in dividends and stock buybacks to shareholders.  But they claim they can’t afford a fair contract. 

And it’s not just workers who are getting screwed.  Verizon has $35 billion to invest in the failing internet company, Yahoo, but refuses to maintain its copper network,  let alone build FiOS in underserved communities across the region.  And even where it’s legally committed to building FiOS out for every customer, Verizon refuses to hire enough workers to get the job done right or on time.

It’s time for Verizon to acknowledge that working families also have a right to do well in America. It’s time for a contract that’s fair to Verizon’s working people and the customers we serve.

Going on strike is a decision that is not made lightly.  Your bargaining team has worked countless hours to negotiate in good faith to reach an agreement.  We have indicated a willingness to help the company cut its health care costs by hundreds of millions of dollars.  But our good faith has not been reciprocated.  It has been met by an arrogant disrespect for both workers and consumers.  That is why we have made the decision to hit the streets two days from now.  We are counting on every member to dig in, be prepared, join picket lines, picket Verizon Wireless Stores, and demonstrate the commitment and solidarity that have been the values we’ve lived by throughout CWA’s proud history.  If the company changes course and shows a willingness to bargain in good faith, your bargaining team stands ready.  In the meantime, we will do whatever we have to do to win a fair contract for 39,000 Verizon workers from Massachusetts to Virginia.  Solidarity forever!

We will meet at the nanuet garage at 6am.

VZ Bargaining Report #50

VZ Bargaining Report #50

The CWA District 1/IBEW Local 2213 and IBEW New England Regional Committees met yesterday at the Rye town Hilton.

Last week during off the record discussions the Union laid out to the Company a path to a contract by addressing the Company’s critical needs. We also made it clear to them that in order to reach an agreement they would have to address the Union’s critical needs and drop all of the remaining retrogressive demands.

Yesterday the Company gave us a proposal that contained no movement from their previous proposal to address our critical needs. There was no movement in wages, it continues to freeze pensions at 30 years and still allows them to increase contracting and off-shoring of our work.

The Company’s proposal still contains retrogressive demands that include:

Job Security- Eliminate the no-layoff protections for workers hired before 2003 unless the Unions agree to other concessions
Disability- a diminishment of our disability plans for members who get injured on the job
Call Sharing- the elimination of home based routing, a reduction in the percentage of calls and the ability to route all calls for new products or services to contractors for 9 months
Corporate Profit Sharing- Eliminate
Closing call centers- the closing of centers that would result in transferring members up to 80 miles from their current work location
Force Adjustment Plan- the ability to declare surpluses and offer IPP by organization which would circumvent seniority within your title
Article 8- the ability to transfer members with little regard to seniority effectively destroying the Article 8 provision in the Plant contract
Work/Family- reduce the funding by $600,000 over the life of the contract
Tuition Assistance Plan- major changes that would drastically limit the courses a member could take
Dependent Eligibility for benefits- Eliminate sponsored children and Class II dependents effective 1-1-18
In their proposal, the Company also had the audacity to threaten our members that if a contract isn’t ratified by May 20th they would have the right to temporarily transfer technicians from Massachusetts to Virginia for up to 60 days while allowing technicians to be transferred into your state to do your work and make Sunday part of your regular workweek.

The Company’s proposal also shifts more healthcare costs on to our retirees even though the Union had agreed to allow the Company to implement a Medicare Advantage Plan that would save them tens of millions of dollars.

Verizon is a hugely profitable and greedy corporation that is intent on driving down the living standards of the workers who make their profits possible - not because they “need” the savings, but because they “want” the savings and they believe they have the power to do so.

At this point, every member should be ready to strike at a moments notice!


CWA PRESIDENT CHRIS SHELTON WILL BE ANNOUNCING A STRIKE DATE WITHIN THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

Regional Bargaining Report # 49

Regional Bargaining Report # 49

Friday April 1, 2016

 

 

The CWA District 1/IBEW Local 2213 and IBEW New England Regional Committees spent many hours at the Rye Town Hilton this week working on ideas that we believe address the Company’s most important concerns in reaching a new contract.

No formal proposals were passed across the table, but we had an informal discussion with the Company today in which we communicated these ideas.  But in those sidebar discussions, we also made it crystal clear that the unions will make no further movement at the bargaining table unless the Company addresses our members’ critical needs and takes their remaining retrogressive demands off the table.

Our committees have worked hard to grapple with and respond to the company’s concerns. Time is running out.  Now is the time for the company to address the concerns of the hard-working union members at Verizon. If the Company wants to avoid a Strike they must seize this opportunity.

The parties are scheduled to meet on Monday.

 

Mobilize!  Mobilize!  Mobilize!

CORPORATE GREED IN NEW TV AD
With contract negotiations for 39,000 workers stalled,
VERIZON WORKERS BLAST COMPANY’S
CORPORATE GREED IN NEW TV AD
 
Verizon workers call company “the poster child of corporate greed”
as they prepare to go on strike, if necessary
 
NEW YORK -- Frustrated with the unproductive pace of negotiations towards a new contract for 39,000 Verizon workers from Massachusetts to Virginia, the Communications Workers of America has launched a regional TV and digital ad buy calling the nation’s 16th largest company “the poster child for corporate greed.”  The ad can be viewed here: http://standuptoverizon.com/poster-child/.
 
Verizon made $1.5 billion a month in profits in 2015—and $39 billion in profits over the last three years—while insisting at the bargaining table that workers accept major cutbacks in health care coverage, job security, pension protections, and benefits for injured workers.  Verizon also adamantly refuses to bargain a fair first contract for wireless retail store workers in NY and Massachusetts.  Continued management intransigence on these issues, which has left workers without a contract since August 1st of 2015, could lead to a strike that would affect consumers from Massachusetts to Virginia. 
 
In the new advertisement, which will start running this weekend, retired Verizon worker Ernie Hammel – 29-year former field technician - tells customers,“This company is the poster child for corporate greed.”
 
Following clips of national TV reports about growing economic inequality in the country, the advertisement shows that Verizon’s CEO makes more than 200 times as much as the company’s average worker.
 
“For a communications company, Verizon executives seem to have trouble hearing their customers and their workers,” said Dennis Trainor, Vice President for CWA District One, which covers Verizon workers from New Jersey to Massachusetts.  “A company this profitable should not be making the wealth gap in America even worse by cutting benefits and destroying job security, while a handful of executives line their pockets with $50 million a year in compensation.”
 
“Americans are outraged by what the corporate elite has done to working people in this country over the last 30 years,” said Ed Mooney, Vice President for CWA District 2-13, which covers the workforce from Pennsylvania to Virginia.  “And Verizon typifies everything that people in this country are angry about.  If we have to walk, Verizon will be a national target for anger at corporate greed.”
 
Verizon workers, represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), have been working without a contract since August and are growing increasingly frustrated that the company is still attempting to make devastating changes, including:
 
·      Eliminating job security and allowing the company to force transfer workers anywhere in the company’s footprint, away from their families, for up to two months at a time.
·      Refusing to negotiate a fair first contract for 100 Verizon Wireless workers who organized into CWA in 2014.  No raises, no benefit increases, no improvements to working conditions.
·      Freezing pension accruals at 30 years of service.
·      Vastly expanding contracting out and offshoring of union jobs. This comes on top of Verizon’s outsourcing of thousands of call center jobs to Mexico, the Philippines and other overseas locations in recent years.
·      Gutting the Family Leave Care plan, which provides paid leave to care for sick family members or care for a newborn.
·      Gutting the Sickness and Accident Disability Plan, which provides benefits to workers injured on the job.
·      And continuing their oppressive, bullying tactics of harassment and intimidation every day on the job.
 
“Verizon workers are the backbone of this company, and executives have lost sight of what makes this company so profitable,” said national CWA President Chris Shelton.  “Verizon workers have helped executives pocket $249 million in the last five years while their own families are worrying about job security. We’re all tired of waiting for Verizon executives to agree to a fair contract.  It’s time to let customers know what is going on, and why we’ll be on strike if the situation doesn’t change soon.”
 
Verizon is falling short on commitments to its customers as well. The company refuses to build out FiOS in many underserved communities up and down the East Coast, and has abandoned upkeep of the traditional landline network, leading to extensive service problems for consumers.  Even in New York City, where Verizon pledged to make FiOS available to every customer by the end of 2014, the City’s Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications issued a report finding that the company was evading the buildout commitments it made under its 2008 video franchise agreement.
 
In a strike vote conducted last summer, 86% of Verizon workers supported walking off the job if a fair agreement could not be reached. 
Regional Bargaining Report # 47

Regional Bargaining Report # 47

Saturday March 5, 2016

 

The CWA District 1/IBEW Local 2213 and IBEW New England Regional Committees met with the Company Thursday at the Rye Town Hilton to receive another proposal from Verizon. On Friday afternoon, the company sent an email to every union member at Verizon, saying that “the company continues to move this process forward toward closure,” implying they are getting close to making their last, best and final offer. And they stated, bargaining “is not an endless process.”

Well, they are right about one thing:  if they do not move off the multiple concessionary demands still on the table, bargaining will not be “endless”—because we will be on strike!  Real, constructive bargaining is a two-way street.  We are willing to address some of the company’s needs, but our needs must be met as well.

In our last bargaining report we informed you that the Union’s most recent proposal would save the Company over $200 million during the life of the contract. But for this greedy company—which made $1.5 billion a month in profits every month in 2015—and a total of $39 billion in profits over the last three years--this is still not enough. Here are some of their remaining retrogressive proposals:

  • TRANSFERS: Close centers and transfer workers up to 80 miles.
  • FORCE ADJUSTMENT PLAN: Change the way the Company declares surpluses which could be done by Article 8 area or organization (impacting thousands of members)

 

  • TEMPORARY TRANSFERS: Ability to transfer technicians anywhere in the footprint (Virginia to Massachusetts)
  • ARTICLE 8- Destroy the definition of our Article 8 units in the Plant bargaining units.
  • PENSIONS: Freeze pensions at 30 years of service.
  • NO COLA

 

  • CORPORATE PROFIT SHARING: at risk if not settled by certain date.

 

  • CLASS II/SPONSORED CHILD COVERAGE: eliminate

 

  • 401K PLAN CHANGES- begin charging a quarterly administration and a $50 fee for processing new loans.

 

  • DISABILITY BENEFITS- Establish a rolling 5 years period for 100% payment on Sickness /Accident Disability. Once 100% is used – members are paid 50% (currently full pay benefits recycle after being back at work for 13 weeks)
  • CALL SHARING- give the Company additional leeway to route calls out of our bargaining units and to contractors while giving contractors the handling of all new products and services.

 

  • TUITION ASSISTANCE- Major changes to the tuition plan which would drastically limit the courses that members could take..

 

  • WORK FAMILY- Reduce funding 

 

  • FAMILY CARE LEAVE- Drastically change the terms of the FCL.

 

  • And more

 

 

We believe the company’s email is a threat designed to get us to give up more because they believe we will not strike.  They are wrong.  We will do whatever it takes to protect our jobs, our retirement security, our families, and our dignity on the job. Remember, their top 5 executives raked in $44.5 million in 2014 from a Company that made $18.3 Billion in profits in 2015. We have met them halfway.  Now is the time for them to meet our needs.

We need every member engaged in this fight.  It is more important than ever that we take this fight to a new level.

 

Ready to STRIKE for a fair contract!!!

Mobilize!    Mobilize!    Mobilize!

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MOST PEOPLE FEEL THAT THE "UNION" IS THE BOARD, 

THE PEOPLE WHO "RUN" THE UNION. THIS COULD NOT  

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