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HEADLINE NEWS
Mar 17, 2015
CWA Local 14759/M-21 Fighting for Fairness in Utah
Salt Lake City Mailers Local 14759/M-21 is once again in contentious negotiations with MediaOne of Utah. MediaOne of Utah is the joint advertising, circulation and production arm of The Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News, Utah’s largest daily newspapers. The current collective bargaining agreement expired on August 23, 2014. The Local and the company have been operating under a contract extension that expired at the end of January. Local 14759/M-21 President Heather Porter explained that the company is proposing oppressive concessions from workers. “Initially they asked for 20 percent across the board wage cuts,” Porter said. “When we said no way, they came back with a proposal that included an 11 percent wage reduction, elimination of the second highest pay code, and an almost 18 percent reduction in pay for new hires.” Read More...
Jan 06, 2015
NPP Trustees Honor Attorney James F. Gill
The ITU Negotiated Pension Plan (NPP) trustees recently honored NPP attorney James F. Gill for his nearly 50 years of service to the NPP. Gill, a partner in the New York law firm of Bryan Cave, has been the attorney for the Plan since its initial agreement was drafted in 1967. “Gill has been indispensable for the NPP,” says Art DeIanni, NPP Chairman. Read More...
• • Printers Report Growth—Semper Survey Shows Positive Economic Cycle
• • Cablevision and CEO James Dolan Found Guilty of Multiple Violations of Federal Labor Law
• • Pending Ratification 10 Post-Gazette Unions Ink New Three-Year Deal

HOW YOU AND YOUR COWORKERS CAN BENEFIT FROM OUR UNION

Union Plus Program: The AFL-CIO supports a benefits program for all union members which includes a union credit card, loan program, motor club, dental program, ear care plan, etc.

Negotiated Pension Plan: Begun in 1967, the Plan now has over 750 participating employers, pays benefits to more than 22,000 participants and has over $900 million in assets.

Wages: Studies have shown union wages to be 20-30 percent higher than non-union pay.

Contract benefits: Union workers generally receive more and better fringe benefits- paid leave, life and heath insurance, retirement savings and pensions, etc.

Job security: most contracts secure against arbitrary transfers, demotions and unreasonable schedule changes.

 
LABOR NEWS
Does Your Company Market Its Label?

Over a century ago, when the labor movement began to aggressively promote union labeled products to show buyers the difference that trained, skilled and dedicated union workers make in product quality the printing “bug” was already in widespread use.
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Union Plus CWA Member Benefits

Union Plus was created by the AFL-CIO in 1986 to help unions recruit and retain members and to provide union members and their families with high-quality consumer benefits and services.
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LOOK FOR THE UNION LABEL

Look for the familiar printing “bug” The bug guarantees that the men and women who work on your printed materials receive decent wages and benefits in plants which practice responsible labor-management relations. When you patronize union plants you are helping to maintain the union advantage in the printing industry.

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PPMWS represents over 8,000 workers in a diverse range of occupations in daily newspapers, commercial printing and mailing operations, graphic design, specialty manufacturing, publishing and distribution as well as the U. S. Government Printing Office. Our union combines the proud heritage of the International Typographical Union-the oldest continuously operating union in America-with the dynamic vision of the Communications Workers of America. The combination of these two influences provides our members and their families with responsive representation and progressive programs.

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202-434-1248 Sector offices
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Dan Wasser, President
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