For our Members who were Furloughed, Laid off or terminated please click the link below to be taken to the District 9 website. 

CWA Addresses Coronavirus Outbreak

As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to

Click on the link below to watch the video "The story of CWA Chief Steward E. Gerald "Gerry" Horgan"

Why do we wear red? We wear red to remmber we wear red to honor we wear red to show solidarity we wear red for strength!

Gerry Horgan. Gone, but not forgotten!

This only applies to employees who currently receive their paycheck via the old fashion way i.e. a printed check, not direct deposit.


The Electronic Paycheck Stub (ePaystub) provides safe and secure access to and employees paycheck stub when traveling or out of the office, provides up to three years of paycheck stub history and eliminates the inconvenience of lost, stolen or damaged paycheck stubs. The employees can have 24/7 access to their ePaystub from work or home through HR OneStop.


This past year I had the privilege of representing our local at Labors Joint Legislative Conference and CWA’s lobby day along with our locals Executive Vice President Rodney Gonzalez and our Secretary Tr

We are doing a preregistration in an attempt to reduce our role process at the begining of the meeting as we have recieved multiple complaints of how long the process is. 

You are invited to a Zoom meeting.

When: Sep 16, 2020 05:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)


Register in advance for this meeting:


We mourn the tragic death of George Floyd and all who have suffered racial injustice.  We'll show that this Friday by wearing black shirts to both demand justice for Mr. Floyd and as a symbol of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.


1. Show your support and wear a black shirt on Friday, June 5th
(any t-shirt, blouse, polo or other shirt – as long as it's black).

Fifty years ago, Congress passed the Occupational Safety and Health Act, and more than 40 years ago, Congress passed the Mine Safety and Health Act, promising every worker the right to a safe job. Unions and our allies have fought hard to make that promise a reality—winning protections that have made jobs safer and saved lives. But our work is not done. Each year, thousands of workers are killed and millions more suffer injury or illness because of their jobs.

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The following message is brought to by the San Jose May Day Coalition.

In this unprecedented moment of the COVID-19 pandemic and sheltering-in-place, we honor all frontline workers!  These are the farmworkers who grow our food, health care workers who face the virus daily, transport workers who deliver essential supplies, grocery workers, utility workers who ensure we have electricity and safe water, sanitation workers who dispose of infectious waste, and all the essential workers who do not have the luxury of sheltering-in-place!​