Earlier today, Verizon announced that management and non-union employees who report to company buildings and retail stores will be mandated to be vaccinated against COVID-19, unless they have a medical or religious exemption.
CWA has launched a national vaccination survey for members. It is strictly voluntary. We want to know what you think about COVID-19 vaccines so we can make sure we provide you with information you need to make informed decisions about vaccinations. The survey is for all members whether you have had a vaccination, plan on getting a vaccination, or do not want to get a vaccination.
For current Verizon employees: The SPV's and Article 8's for Central Office Technician jobs are posted on Verizon/About You. You can view the openings on the Local 1101 website Bargaining Units>Verizon>SPV page, but you must be signed into About You to apply for the positions.

New York, N.Y. -- Employees at creative agency Blue State have voted to approve their first collective bargaining agreement. The agreement provides job security, structure and clarity for the workers, who are represented by Communications Workers of America Local 1101.

Provisions in the newly-signed contract include just cause termination, clarification of working hours and leave policies, salary minimums, and guaranteed annual raises. In addition, Blue State has agreed to a robust benefits package, including caps on health care premium cost sharing.

September 19 marked the 52nd annual NYC African American Day parade. The parade was held virtually due to COVID-19, and streamed live on PX11, and other venues.

The theme of this year's parade was Education is the Foundation. CWA Local 1101 has proudly participated in the parade for many years. This year our participation in the virtual parade highlighted CWA Local 1101 Scholarship recipients.

Please click the headline for the Verizon/CWA Letter of Agreement regarding Work from Home.
We interviewed CWA Local 1101 members from Verizon, Empire City Subway, AT&T, and Verizon Wireless about their experiences on 9/11 and working to restore communication to lower Manhattan in the months afterward. Click the headline to watch "We Have Not Forgotten".
Unions are one of the most powerful tools we have to overcome divisions. When we organize against injustice in our workplaces, bargain a contract, attend a rally or raise funds for disaster relief we are taking action to benefit everyone. Being CWA Strong means that we are there for each other, every day, no matter what.
Last week we announced the Union and the Company had reached an agreement in principle that ALL members who put in for the surplus would receive it, and that the details were being finalized. Attached please find the Letter of Agreement with the details.
Join us this evening (Thursday, September 2) at 5:30pm to learn more about the impact of climate change on our jobs, and what we can do to fight it
The 52nd Annual African American Day parade is Sunday, September 19. It will be streaming live at 12pm on CWA Local 1101's 2021 video includes interviews with four young people who received scholarships from CWA Local 1101. For all streaming options please click the headline.