CWA has unveiled the first of a line of image advertisements designed to educate the public about the positive influence members of CWA have on New Jersey, and how public workers contribute to the state. The ads, titled "We Make New Jersey Work," are set to run on several cable television spots and the internet, and radio ads are being developed. Click on "Read More" below to see the ads.
Tough Times Call for Shared Sacrifice, Undermining Civil Service System Invites Corruption
WOODBRIDGE, NJ – New Jersey’s largest union representing public workers responded today to Gov. Christie’s budget address. Hetty Rosenstein, state director for the Communications Workers of America, said:
This week, the New Jersey State Assembly will take up three bills to make changes to pensions and benefits for public employees. The three bills, A2459, A2460, and A2461, will make many changes to the pension system that will affect all current employees, as well as severely restrict the rights of unions to collectively bargain.