Local 1101 News

Local 1101 Election Results

Local 1101 members voted overwhelmingly to re-elect President Keith Purce, Secretary-Treasurer Kevin Condy, Business Agents Ken Beckett, Peter Torres, and Val Valentino. Heather Trainor was elected Business Agent for AT&T Mobility/Avaya and Bill Stefandel was elected Business Agent for Southern. (see results below).

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Upcoming Steward & Budget/Membership Meetings

The next Local 1101 Stewards Meeting will be Friday, November 21 at 5:30pm. The Local 1101 Budget/Membership Meeting will be Tuesday, December 2 at 5:30pm. 
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Contract Rally at Verizon to Protect Our Jobs & Our Future Thursday, December 4 at 6pm

December 4, 2014 marks the 25 year anniversary of the end of the 1989 strike. Many of us were part of that strike, a lot of us came into the company afterward. We've all benefited from the sacrifices of our brothers and sisters during the strike.

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New Members of Local 1101 Win First Contract

NYC MetroPCS workers vote yes on first contract. Just over a year ago the workers of Metro PCS/T-Mobile in the Lexington Avenue store, NYC, set out to form a union. When they started they had three major issues they wanted to see addressed: fair scheduling, job security, and respect from management.

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Labor Day Parade 2014

CWA Local 1101 members and retirees with District 1 Vice President Chris Shelton at the Labor Day Parade on Saturday, September 6.  For more photos go to the Local 1101 photo gallery on this site.

Local 1101 Officers Election

If you haven't received a ballot yet call 800-529-5218. Ballots were mailed to all eligible members on October 15, 2014. Any eligible member who has not received a ballot in the mail, at home, may request a duplicate ballot beginning October 22, 2014 by calling the American Arbitration Association (AAA) at 800 529-5218.

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Saturday, Sept 6: New York City Labor Day Parade

Join Local 1101 and CWA at the 2014 New York City Labor Day Parade on Saturday, September 6. Unions and community groups across the city will join together to march for workers' rights and show NYC is still a union town.

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