Make 3 Calls to Protect Public Services & Pensions!

CALL: 855-620-8460

You have one State Senator and two Assembly members.  Make sure you call this number three times!

You’ll be prompted to enter your zip code to connect to your Legislators.

Tell Them: “My name is_________ and I live in______. Support Governor Murphy’s budget including a millionaire’s tax to invest in education, transportation, services, and pensions. Millionaires must pay their fair share! Also, oppose the “Path to Progress” attacks on public worker healthcare, pensions, and collective bargaining rights.”

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Who We Represent

About CWA NJ

The Communications Workers of America (AFL-CIO) represents more than 60,000 working families in New Jersey, including more than 30,000 state workers, 15,000 county and municipal workers, and thousands of workers in the telecommunications and direct care industries.

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Verizon Workers Fight for NJ Call Center Jobs Act

This week, legislation that would protect call center jobs in New Jersey took one step closer to becoming law. The New Jersey State Senate Labor Committee passed the “New Jersey Call Center Jobs Act”, advancing the bill to a Senate budget committee. CWA Local 1000 Verizon call center workers were present at the hearing to let committee members know that companies that offshore NJ jobs need to be held accountable for taking taxpayer dollars and then shipping jobs overseas. The bill would create a list of New Jersey companies that move at least 30 percent of calls to overseas locations. Any company on this list, which would only apply to businesses employing more than 50 workers, would be ineligible to access to New Jersey taxpayer-funded state grants, loans, and other subsidies. The bill also would require that all customer service work done on behalf of the state is performed within the state. CWA members have been fighting to pass similar call center legislation at the federal level and in numerous states. Call centers are an important economic lifeline for many communities in New Jersey and across the country. But thousands of call center workers have lost their jobs in recent years as companies have offshored customer service operations to cheaper markets overseas. This trend has harmed working families and communities while endangering consumer security and hurting customer service. Read more