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CWA Local 4250/CTU #16 Retired Members' Chapter #210 RMC Charter Issued January 23, 2003
CWA Local 4250/CTU #16 Retired Members' Chapter Of The Illinois Alliance For Retired Americans Charter No. 01652 Issued April 2011
Retired Members' Council By-Laws As Amended June 6, 2015
Lifetime Council members, may be retired but we remain active in the life of our union. Because of the steady erosion in the retirement security of most Americans, we believe it's essential that we actively participate in the struggle to protect our benefits. Through the Council, CWA retirees have input into key retiree programs as they are shaped through contract negotiations and or legislation.Stay up to date on the latest doings of your CWA RMC.
Log-On AT$T Benefits Website
A One-Stop Reference Guide For Frequently Called Numbers, Websites AndOther Important AT$T Retiree Benefits Contact Information
On Line Log On To Manage Your Account/HRA Account for Medicare Eligible Retirees/Spouses
219 Fort Pitt Blvd. Floor 3 Pittsburgh, PA 15222-1558 Office 412-281-7268 Office Fax 412-281-7815
CWA Local 4250/CTU #16 Is Affiliated With The Illinois Alliance for Retired Americans C/O SEIU Healthcare Illinois & Indiana, 2229 S. Halsted Street, Chicago, Ill. 60608. Office Telephone (312) 632-5941. Contact IARA Executive Director, Jeanne Cameron At: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Strong New Voice for Workers And Their Families! CWA Local 4250/CTU #16 Is Affiliated With The Alliance for Retired Americans
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Union Veterans Council will hold government officials, candidates and elected officials accountable to the needs of military veterans and their families. The UVC will make our positions on veterans' issues known to candidates for public office and support the appointment of labor-friendly veterans to government agencies at all levels. The UVC will also encourage union veterans to take leadership roles in other veterans' organizations and will strive to form coalitions and alliances with other veteran groups
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A Powerful Voice For Seniors
Morton Bahr, President EHDOC Mr. Bahr is President Emeritus, Communications Workers of America, (CWA), AFL-CIO, Canadian Labor Congress; Vice President of Union Network International (UNI); and former President of UNI’s World Telecom Sector, representing 3 million workers in 120 countries. He is recognized as a leading voice of the labor movement both in the United States and internationally. He has been fully committed to helping seniors all his life.