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Authorization for Representation Card

Please print out this card, fill out in its entirety and return to:

IBEW Local 827

263 Ward Street

East Windsor, NJ 08520

Att: Organizing Committee

**Be advised, this card is for non-union represented employees that are interested in becoming unionized**

IBEW – AT&T Reach Early Tentative Agreement


Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 2:00pm (CST) - The IBEW System Council T-3 (SCT-3) and AT&T reached a tentative agreement on a new five-year contract covering approximately 5,000 employees working for the company nationwide primarily in Illinois and Northwest Indiana. The parties entered into early negotiations to replace their current collective bargaining agreement that expires on June 24, 2017.

Hudson County CLC Scholarships

Donna Benjamin Scholarship for Health Care Professionals

Edward B. Pulver Scholarship Fund Scholarship

IBEW TCC-2 Council Recommendations for 2017 Verizon Proxy Voting

Item 1: Election of Directors:

Against All

Item 2: Ratification of Appointment of Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm:

Against

Item 3: Advisory Vote to Approve Executive Compensation

Against

2017 Organizing Committee Report

As a result of much hard work and dedication by our Organizing Committee, Local 827 has received its first organizing “win” for 2017. Congratulations to the hard working men and women of Oakland Cablevision/Altice for voting Union “Yes”! We welcome these dedicated employees into our union with open arms and support. On Tuesday, February 28th you were sole “at will employees”. Today you are part of a brotherhood of over 700,000. We look forward to helping our Oakland brothers and sisters in their goal to achieving a contract to secure their working conditions.

Our Organizing Committee will continue to educate those about the benefits of being union until all of the un-organized are organized. Conference calls will continue and all possible leads will be explored for the remainder of 2017.

Our committee is very dedicated but we can’t do it alone. We need all of our members to be “on the lookout” for potential work groups for our committee to organize. If any member, active or retired, would like to help out please contact a committee member, listed on our web page, a steward, myself or Union Headquarters.

In unity,

Joe Lambert

Organizing Committee Update

2017 Organizing Committee Report

As a result of much hard work and dedication by our Organizing Committee, Local 827 has received its first organizing “win” for 2017. Congratulations to the hard working men and women of Oakland Cablevision/Altice for voting Union “Yes”! We welcome these dedicated employees into our union with open arms and support. On Tuesday, February 28th you were sole “at will employees”. Today you are part of a brotherhood of over 700,000. We look forward to helping our Oakland brothers and sisters in their goal to achieving a contract to secure their working conditions.

Our Organizing Committee will continue to educate those about the benefits of being union until all of the un-organized are organized. Conference calls will continue and all possible leads will be explored for the remainder of 2017.

Our committee is very dedicated but we can’t do it alone. We need all of our members to be “on the lookout” for potential work groups for our committee to organize. If any member, active or retired, would like to help out please contact a committee member, listed on our web page, a steward, myself or Union Headquarters.

In unity,

Joe Lambert

Retiree Meetings Announced!

The dates of the Spring and Fall Retiree meetings are on the attached flyer and on the events page on the right of the screen. Hope to see our Retirees there!

Welcome Oakland Altice!

Local 827 would like to congratulate the Oakland Altice/Cablevision workers for voting "Union Yes"! We look forward to representing you! Solidarity!

CPS Award Information

The CPS Award for plan year 2016 is$700.00.  The award will be pro-rated for part-time employees and those employees who participated for more than 3 months but less than 12 months in the plan year.  For example, the CPS distribution has been prorated to 11/12 of the $700 for employees that were on strike on May 1, 2016 but were actively participating for the rest of the year. Associates will receive an email on March 3rd advising them of the award amount and that it will be paid in their March 10, 2017 paychecks.
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