NJ State Dept of Environmental Protection, Dept of Health, and Dept of Agriculture
Members can use these salary charts to look up your salary, map out retroactive pay, and chart your salary after increases in 2017 and 2018.
Members can look up the cost of their health insurance plan and calculate their chapter 78 employee contributions based on salary.
This is a huge victory for CWA members who worked three long years to secure a better contract, enforce our prior contract language, and reach a fair agreement with the State.
Contract implementation and payroll issues will be discussed in the coming weeks at work site meetings and membership updates.
We thank every member who voted. We thank every Steward who helped inform members, worked at the polling locations, and brought new members into the Union. And we thank every member in advance for staying strong and staying motivated as we prepare for bargaining the next contract.
Local 1036 is holding several informational meetings about the Tentative Agreement, including explanation, Q&A, and discussion of voting procedures.
The Summary of the TA describes the negotiated changes that will take effect if the TA is approved by membership. Please read this Summary carefully before voting. Bring your questions to worksite meetings this week and to the polling place on voting day in your building.
Voting will be open Wednesday, April 25 through Monday, April 30. Trenton-area offices will have set voting days and times in the worksite. Field offices and members who request absentee ballots will be given specific instructions to cast their votes online.
Full voting information and instructions will be posted on this website on Friday, April 20th, so check back for updates.
Voting information will be discussed in worksite meetings on 4/19 through 4-24 (see below).
Below is the worksite meeting schedule to discuss contract ratification and the TA.
Tuesday, April 24
401 E. State Street from 12pm to 4pm in Public Hearing Room, 1st floor
* Open to ALL DEP workers and Agriculture at Station Plaza
DOH Main Bldg
11am - 12pm
135 E. State
|12:30pm - 1:30pm||
5 Commerce Way
|4pm - 5pm|
|3pm - 4pm||
50 Cap, 6th fl
Spring 2018 Scholarships are now available for full union members. Local 1036 members are eligible to apply for ALL the scholarships opportunities below, regardless of your county of work or home.
Since Local 1036 is a state-wide Local participating in all Central Labor Councils, members are eligible to apply to ALL of the CLC scholarships below:
The State budget shutdown ended in the early morning hours of July 4th, allowing the state to resume normal operations on Wednesday, July 5.
Assembly Speaker Prieto, Senate President Sweeney, and Governor Christie reached an agreement on compromise Horizon legislation and the Governor agreed not to veto any of the Democrats' budget priorities.
All state and judiciary employees are expected to report to work for normal business on Wednesday, July 5.
Thank you to everyone who contacted their legislators during the shutdown. More information will be coming in upcoming worksite meetings.