Who is IBEW 1269?
Professionals Nationwide, DexYP/Thryv Sales Professionals, AT&T Communications Technicians Toll, Clerical, Independent Contractors, Freelancers and Gig Workers.
IBEW 1269 is a highly effective, experienced and multifaceted union with an emphasis on Professionals in the workplace. We have represented, bargained & negotiated on behalf of thousands of employees since 1964.
We Go to Bat for Our Members
As your exclusive bargaining agent, we negotiate and aggressively enforce the terms and conditions of the contract with your employer. Examples of such terms negotiated on your behalf are salaries, overtime, vacations, discharge and discipline, work assignment, job duties, wages and earnings, working conditions and benefits.
Our commitment to our members is that we will provide fair, tenacious and ethical representation for all members while promoting higher wages, benefits and a quality work environment that allows our members a high standard of work and personal life. Members work collectively to empower one another toward common goals and benefits.
You Have Important Rights
Examples of employee rights covered under the National Labor Relations Act include:
- Forming, or attempting to form, a union in your workplace;
- Joining a union whether the union is recognized by your employer or not;
- Assisting a union in organizing your fellow employees;
- Refusing to do any or all of these things.
- To be fairly represented by a union
As a Union member, you are covered by the terms and conditions of your negotiated Labor Agreement and the ability to engage in Protected Concerted Activity.
I want to say "thank you" to you, and all the IBEW 1269 members who had a hand in the successful resolution to my wrongful termination in 2016 by YP...
I wanted to say “thank you” to you, and all the IBEW 1269 members who had a hand in the successful resolution to my wrongful termination in 2016 by YP. My words can never convey my sincerest and deepest gratitude for ALL you’ve done for me personally. You made a huge difference in my life and that means alot, we will forever be brothers and sisters in arms!
You made right what was wrong and set me on a path to continued success in my sales career. It really was a life changing day to receive that call from you personally Karen, to let me know you and your team had achieved a successful outcome for me! I was elated to hear I would be offered my position back with YP/Dex and full back pay!
You’re tenacity, determination and tireless dedication to IBEW 1269 and the protection of workers rights, contract adhesion, contract negotiations, grievances & arbitration, and setting the record straight is truly awesome (not to mention the 1 million other details you manage on a daily basis)!
You’re efforts and your successes are nothing less than heroic! You made a huge difference in my career with YP and then again, when I needed you most, you came through, just like you promised you would! I will always remember the morning after I was wrongfully terminated you personally called me to let me know “this would not stand” and you asked me to be patient and allow you do to what you do best……fight back!!! And fight you did…..and YOU WON!
You’re bad ass Karen Gowdy! and I have the upmost respect and admiration for you and ALL you do, all you did and all that you will do for the current and future members of IBEW1269.
My deepest gratitude and sincerest THANK YOU for your hard work, determination, dedication on my behalf, and to a successful outcome for ALL of IBEW 1269.
– IBEW1269 Member
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Wednesday, May 1st Bargaining has recessed for 2 weeks. The Company proposed an extension until May 31st and the Union accepted. Talks will continue on May 13th. If you’re interested in forming a union at your workplace click "SHOW OF INTEREST" below. Fill out...read more
Monday April 22nd The Union met with Grant Freeman, V.P. of Client Success in bargaining today. He described the features of Thryv, future enhancements, statistics surrounding customer engagement and usage as well as transitioning from the Yellow Page industry to ...read more
Why Be Part of a Union?
Union workers continue to receive higher wages and more rights than non-union workers and have greater access to most employer-sponsored employee benefits. Union workers have access to the grievance and arbitration process when wrongfully terminated and are protected by the law when engaging in protective concerted activity.
Union workers also have the ability to vote on their collective bargaining agreement and have more control over their working conditions than their non-union counterparts.
Union – Wages, Commissions, Bonus, Medical Benefits, 401k, Vacation, are all negotiated and contractual to ensure fairness for everyone.
Non-Union – Management alone decides the terms of earnings and can change them anytime. They can base any changes in earnings on business needs, favoritism or any other reason.
Union – Medical Benefits are bargained and contractual. Changes can only be made through Union membership approval. Medical coverage for you and your family is protected and ensured.
Non-Union – Without a Union, medical Benefits can be altered, reduced, or completely taken away at any point. The employer has complete control over the medical coverage for you and your family.
Unfair Treatment & Job Protection
Union – You have a protected way to challenge any unfair or questionable treatment with support and representation from their union. Just Cause standards are applied with binding arbitration if the parties can’t agree.
Non-Union – You’re on your own. Any grievance process gives management the last word.
“Unions are the collective voice by which justice happens and power shifts. Our union believes that by standing together, we're more powerful than standing alone and that dignity in the workplace is a right worth fighting for.”
News & Updates
Wednesday, May 1st Extended Directories Grievance and National Labor Relations Board Charge The Union filed a grievance and a charge with the National Labor Relations Board on behalf of its members for extending the life of directories beyond 12 months and its impact...
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