The latest bargaining information about Nokia.
The Bargaining Team met with the Company Bargaining team this morning to further our discussion on the future of the bargaining unit.
Due to the diligence of CWA Local 1060 President Brian Reilly, some Nokia retirees will be receiving a refund check in the mail!
For calendar year 2021
The Company and Union Bargaining Teams met yesterday and are scheduled to meet again today.
Discussions included Nokia’s One Delivery Model and the impact on the Installation workforce, low work volumes and projected work forecast.
"We will not endorse anyone who won't support this reform," said Shelton.
The Company and Union Bargaining Teams met again yesterday, along with CWA Research Economists, to have off the record conversations geared towards further understanding the pension plan
The Company and Union Bargaining Teams met today to review the Company’s latest Effects Agreement proposal which would eliminate the entire bargaining unit by June 30, 2020.
The Company and Union Bargaining Teams met this Tuesday, Wednesday and today to resume bargaining.
The Bargaining Team and CWA Research Economists met
The latest bargaining information from AT&T Southeast and Nokia.
Bargaining and mobilization updates for Cathay Pacific Airlines, Altice, and Nokia.
One Day Longer. One Day Stronger. An Injury To One, Is An Injury To All. United We Stand.
Nebraska Senators Pen Letter to Nokia EVP Demanding the Company Keep Its Commitment to Provide Health & Life Insurance to Omaha Retirees
Over the past year, CWA has been battling with Nokia to prevent the company from laying off all of the bargaining unit members and replacing its installers with subcontractors.
Today the Bargaining Team met with the Company who presented us with a counter proposal on Post-Retirement Medical, Dental and Group Life Insurance.
Today the Bargaining Team met with the Company to pass additional data requests based on discussions yesterday with the Company’s finance team.
As previously reported the Company and Union Bargaining Teams were not scheduled to meet until the Union received information from the Company, that they had been withholding, and had time to review it. Per the Settlement Agreement reached regarding the NLRB violations, Nokia had until May 31st to provide that information.