Communications Workers of America, Local 1014

When Local 1014 Vice President Leah Hicks completed her last term and retired last October, President Karl Walko asked Amber to run for Vice President on his slate. He knew, from the campaign at the Library, she had what it took to be a union leader. Amber and the entire slate were elected without opposition.

In a May 10 morning break-time rally with the theme "Camden Workers Rising", members of CWA Local 1014 and 1084 joined together in support of their negoti

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Each year, Local 1014 awards scholarships to high school seniors pursuing advanced education (college or technical school) who are the son or daughter of a Local 1014 member. This year's scholarship recipients were acknowledged at the union's March 27 General Membership Meeting. Eighteen students each received a $500 scholarship. In addressing the parents and students, Scholarship Committee Chair Valerie Castagna noted that, as in the past sixteen years, each eligible applicant received a $500 scholarship from the Local.

Local 1014 represented workers in Pine Hill Borough ratified a new four-year contract on March 6, which included raises of $0.60 per hour in each of the years. The negotiations proved difficult because of the determination of the Borough to reduce the number of holidays. A state appointed mediator met with both sides on March 2 with the result being an agreement that included the elimination of two holidays (Easter Monday and Election Day) in exchange for pay increases that average roughly 3% per year or 12% over the life of the contract.

Local 1014's "Night at the Phillies 2018" is scheduled for Friday, June 29. The improved Phillies face the National League Eastern Division Champion Washington Nationals at 7:05 in Citizens Bank Park. The Phillies' big fireworks show follows immediately after the game.

Tickets are $25 per person  and include a $12 concession voucher (good for the purchase of food or souvenirs). The regular price for the package is $40. Seats are located in Section 331 (Third Base Line Terrace). 

Contact the Local 1014 for the purchase of tickets or further information.

The administrative, clerical workers, Pre-K teachers and recreation center employees represented by Local 1014 in Gloucester Township voted on a tentative contract agreement on February 22. The agreement between the union and the Township, which was ratified 47 to 4, included increases of $350/year (to offset the last year of the Chapter 78 employee health contribution phase-in), plus 2% for full-time workers. In 2018, most members of the unit received a $1.25/hour increase, plus 2%. And in the last year (2019), workers received a 2% increase.

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