CWA Mobilization Plan to Fight Attacks on our Pensions, Health Benefits and Jobs

Documents to help you fight back

CWA Members Blanket State, Speak Out Against Christie's Anti-Worker Agenda

As legislators consider Chris Christie’s anti-worker “Toolkit” to reform public jobs in New Jersey, CWA members are putting on a full-court press.
 
Last Wednesday, public workers from four CWA Locals met with Assemblywoman Pamela Lampitt in Voorhees, to discuss concerns with the proposed legislation. CWA told Lampitt not to place artificial caps on collective bargaining, and not to dismantle the worker protections in Civil Service in New Jersey. 
 

The Week Ahead: What CWA is Doing and How YOU Can Get Involved

A lot is happening around the state this week.  CWA will be there, and we want you to get involved!

How Much of Your Salary Will You Make When Management Can Just Not Pay You?

On May 10, Governor Christie unleashed a series of proposals to attack public sector unions in New Jersey, which he called his “Toolkit” for reform. There are 33 proposals in the package.
 

America Goes Dark

The following is a column by Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman that originally appeared in the New York Times on August 8.  Although it certainly has overtones here in New Jersey, it shows the battles we are fighting in New Jersey are part of a national fight.  To view the article at the NYT website, click here.

Public Worker Pay in Line With Private Sector in NJ

A new study shows what public workers have known all along: Despite what Chris Christie and the media says, public workers are not paid any more than workers in the private sector, and the benefits aren’t all that great, either.