Local 234 Women’s Committee Sponsors Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Walk Sunday, May 10, 2015
President's Report "On The Move"
Update Regarding Pension Negotiations
This is a copy of the court order handed down to SEPTA forcing them to put slanderous advertisements on their vehicles. The union is aware and taking steps to try to right this wrong.
New United Concordia Dental Cards
Apply for the 2015 Michael J. Quill Scholarship
Discussions to Start Soon on Pension Reform
Pictures From TWU Local 234 Section Officer Swearing In Ceremony
Muslim Bus Drivers Confront SEPTA Over Rules on Skirt Lengths
Guns, Knives and Union Democracy Don't Mix. Local 234 must draw a line in the sand to Stop Threats & Intimidation of Union Members
TWU Contracts Ratified By Large Numbers
A Message From TWU Local 234 President Willie Brown
Two Year Contract: A Pause in the Fight for Pension, Arbitration and Health Care Reforms
Does it feel like the deck has been stacked against working people in the world of politics? Are you concerned about your wages, pensions, health benefits, and about what’s happening in the country? Do you wonder why only the rich are getting richer, while the rest of us are falling behind?
Find out what’s really going on. I ask you to take a few minutes to watch the video below. The video, produced by TWU Local 234, not only talks about where we are at right now, it explains what lies ahead.
After you watch the video, please forward it to your friends, family members and coworkers. Let’s get this video to go viral.
TWU Local 234
President Willie Brown's Radio Interview
Republican legislators in Harrisburg recently introduced a bill to strip public sector unions of the right to negotiate dues check-off arrangements with public employers. If the bill passes, it could have a devastating effect on public sector unions, exposing them to further political attacks designed to strip transit workers and other public employees of pensions and other hard earned benefits. Police and firefighters were excluded, they could still contract for dues check off. Click here to read all of HB 1507.