Ballots have been sent out on a proposed two-year extension of the physical and clerical agreements, providing for a 3% wage increase for 2020 and a 3% general wage increase for 2021.
Healdsburg is not a big metropolis, but its population and tourism industry are growing, and thanks to a small but hard-working team of IBEW 1245 members, Healdsburg’s basic utilities and public services operate safely and efficiently for residents and visitors alike.
You’re probably going to hear a lot of doom-and-gloom talk about the Janus decision in the news and at work. But despite what the media and naysayers may claim, the truth is that no court decision or politician can stop us from standing together in a union to get a better deal for our hard work. It’s our right, and they can’t take that away.
This spring, the IBEW Local 1245 organizing program dispatched five teams of organizing stewards to central labor councils across our service area, to help get out the vote for pro-union candidates for both local and state offices.
IBEW 1245’s “Hold the Pull” Peer-to-Peer Safety Committee has an important message to share about working safe.
More than thirty call center representatives at Energy Choice California unanimously elected to join IBEW 1245 on May 21, 2018, making them the latest in hundreds of CSRs and other clerical workers who haven chosen IBEW representation.
Local 1245 Business Manager Tom Dalzell has issued a statement in response to the June 8, 2018 press release from CalFire.
The annual IBEW 1245/PG&E West Coast Lineman’s Rodeo has been giving linemen the opportunity to show off their unique skills for decades. But in recent years, the Rodeo has evolved into a much more family-friendly event that’s part competition, part carnival.
Dozens of IBEW 1245 members who work for PG&E in Gas Construction and Locate-and-Mark showed off their skills at the Fourth Annual IBEW 1245/PG&E Gas Rodeo, which took place on May 5 at PG&E’s new Gas Safety Academy in Winters, CA.
Make no mistake – when a company goes bankrupt, it’s the workers who bear the brunt of the pain.
The climate is changing. Our energy infrastructure needs to change with it. Local 1245 is proud to be part of a growing coalition to keep our energy green, safe and secure.
The times, they are a-changing, and the way we communicate is changing as well. We are urging each and every member to log on to our secure web portal right away to make sure that the union has all your current personal contact info – particularly your personal email address and cell phone number – correct in our files.