In response to a petition for reinstatement of the COVID 19 premium, PG&E’s head of human resources wrote this: “Thanks for your message, and I understand your concern. We are starting to see greater numbers of positive cases, both in the state and at our company. We are now in a new situation that will… [Read More]
COVID-19 and Coronavirus News and Updates
Two-year IBEW 1245 member Teresa Olson, who works as a communications supervisor at the City of Vallejo Police Dept, describes her experience on the job during the COVID-19 pandemic.
13-Year IBEW 1245 member Chris Risley, who works as a Chemical & Radiation Technician at PG&E’s Diablo Canyon power plant, describes his experience as an essential worker on the job during COVID 19.
Four-year IBEW 1245 member Candace Koff, who works as a Police Records Technician at the City of Lompoc, describes her experience as an essential worker on the job during COVID 19.
For more than three months, we have been working with our members and signatory employers on the Coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis. After several encouraging weeks, we are seeing record numbers of new infections in California and Nevada. It is not a disease to be taken lightly. Transmission of the mutated virus is frighteningly easy, and there is… [Read More]
After months of weathering management’s aggressive anti-union campaign, a group of Enel Green Power workers in Nevada and Utah won their election to become represented by Local 1245. The company’s union-busting efforts created a tense atmosphere of division and fear, but when the ballots were counted on June 23, the victory went to IBEW by… [Read More]
The Company and Union have agreed to extend a temporary work schedule for all System Operators and temporary assignment of some System Operators to an alternate temporary headquarters (Vacaville) as detailed below…
37-year IBEW 1245 member Lewis Pence, who works as a maintenance crew leader (hydro) at PG&E in Tiger Creek, describes his experience on the job during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Five-year IBEW 1245 member Richard Porter, who works as a welder at Sunoptics, describes his experience on the job during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Company and Union have agreed to a temporary work schedule for all System Operators and temporary assignment of some System Operators to an alternate temporary headquarters (Rocklin Grid Control Center) as detailed below: