Business Managers Message Updates

  • Labor Day forces us to be smarter and stronger

    Message from Business Manager Don Daley Looking forward to a great weekend, on behalf of the Officers and Executive Board, I want to extend to all of our brothers and sisters in the labor movement our vision of prosperity and brotherhood on this upcoming Labor Day. When we look back in our history...

  • IBEW Local 1049 Young Worker Caucus Launches Facebook page

    Message from Business Manager Don Daley The Young Worker Caucus is a diverse group of Local 1049 members under age 40. Our young members represent the future of our Local and to provide the labor movement has a growing active and educated young membership that will emerge as future leaders. Our...

  • 1049 to participate in the Marcum Workplace Challenge

    Message from Business Manager Don Daley;  1049 will be participating with PSEGLI in the Marcum Challenge on Tuesday July 29th @ Jones Beach.  This event will benefit three Long Island Charities: Long Island Children's Museum, Long Island Cares and the Children's' Medical Fund of New York.   Details...

  • The Marcum Challenge Message from Business Manager Don Daley

    Message from Business Manager Don Daley 1049's Don DaleyBrothers and Sisters, Local Union 1049 will be participating with PSEGLI in the Marcum Challenge on Tuesday July 29th @ Jones Beach.  This event will benefit three Long Island Charities: Long Island Children's Museum, Long Island Cares and the...

  • May Union Meeting at Local 25 due to fire at the Hall

      Brothers and Sisters, We arrived at the office this morning to find there had been a fire in the Hall’s basement. Fortunately, no one was inside and the fire extinguished itself before spreading too far. There is fire, smoke, and water damage to one area downstairs, with smoke and soot residue...

  • Tips for working in the cold

    Message from Business Manager Don Daley This past January and February have been very cold and for the past couple of weeks our members have had to endure the challenges with traveling to work and home again as well as those members who are field workers also having to toil in inclement conditions...

  • 2013 to 2014, Year in Review

    Message from Business Manager Don Daley In the upcoming issue of the Advocate newsletter, I take a moment to reflect on 2013 and examine how the events changed the face of Local 1049. Below is some excerpts from that report. More detail will be paid attention to each issue mentioned below so please...

  • Merry Christmas & Happy New Year Local 1049

    Message from Business Manager Don Daley As Business Manager of IBEW Local 1049, I am tremendously proud of what our members, officers, executive board and business staff have accomplished over this past year, as we continued to reach so many "firsts" for our union. The holiday season is a time to...

  • Giving thanks for a unified union.

    Message from Business Manager Don Daley As we do each Thanksgiving Day, we gather for family reunions and thank God for his infinite blessings and bountiful harvest. In life, we often find it easy to ask for favors but sometimes it is difficult to thank those who have done so much for us. Please...

  • Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from IBEW 1049

    A Holiday Message from Business Manager Don Daley, the Business Staff, Officers and Executive Board of IBEW 1049  As the 2012 Holiday Season approaches, and we take a moment to reflect on the events from the past year that have touched all of us, one can discover that we are indeed fortunate and...

  • Payroll Letter: This issue is highest priority

    In our continuing effort to provide our membership with the most up to date information on the issue of National Grid’s failure to correct its problem with proper payment of wages to our members, the purpose of this bulletin is to make you aware of the progress to resolve this issue. Since the pay...

  • A message to our Long Island friends & neighbors

    To our Long Island neighbors, The 3,500 men and women of IBEW Local 1049 would like to say thank you to the millions of Long Island Residents who have supported our efforts restoring power to those impacted by Hurricane Irene. We also speak on behalf of the additional 1,500 IBEW linemen and 1,000...

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