This agreement cancels and supercedes LA 16-08.
The PG&E Benefits Team has intercepted intelligence leading us to believe that PG&E employees may be using their own money to pay for healthcare expenses when they don’t have to. Your mission, should you choose to accept it… is to save money on healthcare costs and avoid paying out of pocket. Review the videos below… [Read More]
The IBEW Local 1245 Ballot Committee reports that the new PG&E Agreement has been ratified. 6,572 ballots were received, with a total of 5,241 YES votes and 1,279 NO votes. Contract Ratification Vote Results: Physical Agreement YES: 3,847 (77.6%) NO: 1,096 (22.1%) Blank: 16 (0.3%) Clerical Agreement YES: 1,484 (92%) NO: 118 (7.3%) Blank: 11… [Read More]
On Nov. 28 and 29, 2016, IBEW 1245 members Niko Cimbur, William Garris, Jim Hayes, and Jeremy Winn, as well as staff members Bob Dean, Pat Duffy and Doug Girouard, attended the 2016 IBEW Nuclear Conference in Phoenix, Az. This annual event draws IBEW-represented nuclear plant workers and their Local Union leaders from throughout the… [Read More]
When a two-man line crew out of PG&E’s Fresno yard got a call about a cat named ‘Fat Boy’ who had been stuck on the top of a utility pole for over a week, they weren’t sure what to expect. But knowing that cats can be finicky creatures, they assumed that the feline might not… [Read More]
Since the passage of AB117 in 2002, Californians have been led to believe that powering their homes and businesses was a binary choice to be made between public utilities like PG&E and Community Choice Aggregators promising cleaner energy and lower rates. But the reality isn’t that simple.
The 2017 benefits Open Enrollment period ends today, Nov. 21. If you haven’t already done so, please take a moment to review your benefits options and complete your Open Enrollment elections today. Want a quick overview of what’s new for this year’s Open Enrollment? Check out the 2017 Benefits Open Enrollment video. You’ll need to… [Read More]