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Verizon Contract Expires August 1, 2015
And the Countdown Begins
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CWA-COPE is the political action committee for the working men and women of CWA, their families and retirees. CWA-COPE informs and mobilizes union families to encourage their participation in the political process. Through their political action committee, CWA men and women express their voice in politics and policy issues that affect their lives.
Funded by the voluntary contributions of CWA members, their family members and retirees, CWA-COPE provides financial contributions to worker-friendly candidates. CWA can only use voluntary dollars to contribute to an endorsed candidate for federal office. No union dues money of any kind can be given to a political candidate for federal office or national political party.
For additional information please contact your local steward or call the local office on 301-595-2108.
New Benefit Center
Verizon has transition to Xerox HR Solutions. Effective December 31, 2012 Hewitt no longer handles Verizon Benefits.
The NEW Verizon Benefit
Center can be reached
new benefit website address is
Important Reminder to those who do not have Internet Access or prefer to Call the Benefit Center
need any printed materials mailed to your home,
call the Verizon Benefits Center at
FIND YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS
Verizon Wireless Retail Store Workers in Brooklyn Vote CWA
Why should CWA members care about workers having the right to organize without fear of retaliation from employer? All of our industries are consolidating. We need to build power in every sector. If more than 7 percent of private sector workers were organized, workers could bargain better contracts.
Verizon Wireless Retail Workers Fight for A Union Voice in Brooklyn
An overwhelming majority of Verizon Wireless retail workers in Brooklyn have signed cards saying they want to join CWA.
Verizon New York Guilty of Repeat Safety Violations
After more than two years, justice has finally been served for Douglas LaLima, a lineman and member of CWA Local 1109, who was tragically electrocuted while placing strand in Brooklyn.