NJ State Executive Branch Members

NJ State Dept of Environmental Protection, Dept of Health, and Dept of Agriculture

Salary Charts

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.

Salary Chart - effective June 30, 2015 through August 14, 2017

Salary Chart - effective August 15, 2017 through June 30, 2018

Salary Chart - effective July 1, 2018

 

Health Benefits Calculators

Members can look up the cost of their health insurance plan and calculate their chapter 78 employee contributions based on salary.

Health Benefits Rates (2018)

Health Benefits Employee Contribution Chart

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. 

MASTER LIST of ALL Scholarships available

Applications:

Central Labor Council Scholarships

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: 

 

 

CWA Local 1036 Statement on FY16 State Budget

For the fifth year in a row, Governor Christie underfunded the state’s pension payment for the upcoming fiscal year, which will place our pension system for all public workers at risk, accumulate even more unfunded liability, and place the state’s credit at risk of a 10th downgrade.

All this despite receiving a balanced, fully funded budget from the Senate and Assembly that made the full pension payment due under the chapter 78 schedule. It is also the 2nd year in a row that the Governor vetoed a full pension payment paid by a balanced budget.

In order to make the full pension payment, the Legislature essentially accepted the majority of Governor Christie’s budget, but increased revenue through a temporary increase in corporate taxes and millionaire households. The additional revenue paid for the pension payment plus restored a cut to women’s health programs and restored a tax break for 280,000 low-income working families.

Governor Christie vetoed the Democrats’ budget.

The Senate and Assembly also passed other important bills as part of its budget sessions:

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Next to voting on Election Day, the most important and powerful political action that union members can take is to directly contact your legislators. We need to be present, visible, and stay on their radar to influence decisions on our pensions, our health care, our contracts, and budgets. 

Every Union Member should contact their elected representatives! Every Local 1036 member in state, county and local government can contact their legislators for support during bargaining and during difficult budget situations. 

Right now, there is legislation pending that would alter pension and health benefits for ALL public workers at ALL levels of government. Take action NOW to call your Senate and Assembly representatives to express our opposition to these bills.  

It is critical that Union members express our political positions directly to our legislators.  

Take further action! 

Your regular contact with elected officials can make the difference. Legislators are the decision-makers on important issues for us: pensions, health care, collective bargaining rights, funding of public services, and more. They need to hear from us before they vote.

No one should have to choose between caring for themselves or a loved one and getting a paycheck. But for thousands of NJ workers, getting sick - even for a day - will mean lost wages and possibly losing your job. 
 
Part of our mission as a labor union is to help create livable wages and benefits for all working people. That's why CWA Local 1036 and others are supporting NJ legislation to create earned sick leave for all NJ workers. Everyone benefits when workers are able to balance job obligations and family needs. 
 
Please join us on Thursday, August 8 in Room 103 at the State House in Trenton at 11:45 am. CWA 1036 leaders and members will join coalition allies to show support for Earned Sick Days legislation.