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UAW Local 1112
11471 Reuther Drive SW
Warren Ohio 44481
330-538-2213
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CREDIT UNION ONE
1998 North Warren-Salem Rd
PO Box 277
North Jackson, Oh 44451
330.538.2202

Visit their website at:
cuoneohio.org

Tara Martin

LifeSteps Coordinator

Upcoming Events From LifeSteps

 

Zumba at the Hall- Get ready to start the Zumba classes up again in September! We will be offering 3 classes a day to enable our members on all 3 shifts to attend.

Starting Tuesday, September 16 at 1714 Hall, 7:30am-8:30am, 1:00pm-2:00pm, and 3:00pm-4:00pm

And Thursday, September 18 at 1112 Hall, 7:30am-8:30am, 1:30pm-2:30pm, and 3:30pm-4:30pm.

Classes will be held for 9 weeks (Sept 16-Nov 13) Every Tuesday at 1714 Hall and every Thursday at 1112 Hall.

 

Lake-to-River Food Co-op- Lake-to-River is still offering produce drop offs to us at GM Lordstown. Get online and register with Lake-to-River at www.laketoriver.org

Make sure you register as a “Workplace Wellness Participant” and at the “GM Lordstown” pick up. Then you will have the to opportunity to select your choice of fresh, local produce that you would like to be brought to the plant for you to pick up each Friday from 2:00pm-5:00pm in the East Complex parking lot on the west end (in front of Trim dept.) Just look for the orange tent! The produce is wonderful, the prices are reasonable, and you can’t beat the convenience of getting your picks from the Farmer’s Market delivered right here to you.

 

Contact Tara with any questions. "> (443)204-425

Regular Membership Meeting

Sunday, December 7, 2014
10:00 AM at the Union Hall

 

 

Annual Retirees' Christmas Party

Sunday, Decemer 14, 2014

5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. at Antone's Banquet Center

8578 Market Street (south of Southern Park Mall) in Boardman

$10 per ticket (available at the Union Hall)

 

Retiree's benefit representative is at the Union Hall

Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 1:30 pm (Not available on Fridays)

330-538-2213 Ext 109

(If you are traveling a distance to see the rep, call ahead to make sure the rep is at the Hall)

UPDATE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS.  UAW 1112 is trying to create an email database of our membership so that we may communicate more timely and efficiently to our members.

This email database is separate from the registered users email registration you would have filled out to login to this website. While we have yet to implement all the changes necessary to communicate to our members, we are currently working on the design of the system. Please register so that in the future you will be in the system.

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Latest News

2015 FUN TIME

2015 FUN TIME
SUMMER PARKS & ATTRACTIONS DISCOUNTS

Indians

Cleveland Indians vs Oakland Athletics at Progressive Field:
July 11th game date.  Prices range based on availability and the closer the game gets the higher the price.  So don’t wait, get your tickets now by logging onto http://tinyurl.com/owjrsmm.  Password:  baseball

Q-Arena

The Q Arena, Cleveland OH:  Home of the Cavs, Lake Erie Monster & Cleveland Gladiators.  Discount tickets available at www.theqarena.com/corporate.  Password:  UAW

Adventure-Zone

Adventure Zone Family Fun Park, Geneva OH:  Log onto www.AdventureZoneFun.com/uaw1112 and print out coupon.  Take coupon to the park and you WILL NEED your UAW membership card or your GM badge.

Sandcastle

Sandcastle Water Park, West Homestead PA:  Sandcastle is a water park located in the Pittsburgh suburb of West Homestead.  Go to www.sandcastlewaterpark.com.  Go to tickets and season passes.  Use UAWL2015 for coupon code at time of checkout.

Cedar-Point

Cedar Point, Sandusky OH:  Online discounts at www.cedarpoint.com/affiliates.  Type in your User Name and Password (both are case sensitive).  User Name: UAW1112 Password:  uaw1112cp. Discount days are July 3 & 4, August 28 & 29, October 17 & 18 and there are Any Day specials as well.

Kennywood

Kennywood, Pittsburgh suburb of West Mifflin PA:  Coupons available at the union hall.

Kingdom

Wild Water Kingdom, Aurora OH:  Coupons available at the union hall.

 

Pioneer

Pioneer Waterland & Dry Fun Park, Chardon OH:  Any day coupons available at the Union Hall.

 

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05/2015

UAW 1112 and Kmart Unit General Election Results

AMALGAMATED LOCAL 1112

UNIT #1 (GM)/UNIT #4 (JAMESTOWN)/UNIT #6 (MAGNA)/UNIT #10 (MAH CNTY DEPT JOBS & FAMILY SERVICES/UNIT 11 (VOITH INDUSTRIES)/UNIT #13 (INFINITE SYNERGY)

AND RETIREES

 

ELECTION RESULTS

Below are the results of the election held on May 4-5, 2015.

 

President

 

Glenn Johnson - unopposed

Vice President

 Tim O’Hara - unopposed

Recording Secretary

 

Michael A Aurilio – WINNER

Bob Nye

Financial Secretary

 Jim Stanton - unopposed

Trustee

(3 to elect) Read more...

GM DUES CORRECTIONS UPDATE 4-30-15

In a recent flyer, based on GM Payroll's direction, we informed UAW GM team members that dues corrections would occur in the May 15, and May 22, 2015 paychecks, with regular dues for May being taken May 8, 2015. These dates were communicated to us by GM Payroll. We were informed today by GM that the corrections will in fact begin with the  May 1, 2015 paychecks, regular dues for May will be taken the week of May 8, 2015, and any further corrections would take place in the May 15, 2015 paychecks. We apologize for any confusion this has caused, however the end result over the three weeks should yield the same results. Any member with questions about their dues is encouraged to call Financial Secretary Jim Stanton at 330-538-2213 (x104). Once again we thank you for your patience in this  matter.

2014 United Way Awards

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UAW 1112 and GM Lordstown were recently awarded for the "Largest Workplace Campaign" for our efforts in 2014. Thanks to the generosity of our members, we increased donations to our community over year 2013! Accepting the award from President of the United Way of Mahoning Valley Bob Hannon are UAW 1112 President Glenn Johsnon, UAW 1714 President Bob Morales, and GM Lordstown Plant Manager Steve Notar Donato. 

UAW GM Financial Workshops

 

 

 

uawSubject: Aim for your target, starting today.

GM, in partnership with the UAW, is pleased to announce the OnTarget Financial Education Series.  Whether you are planning for retirement, paying off your college loans, saving for a house, or paying for your children’s education, most people could use some help meeting financial goals. This series of workshops is designed to help you learn about your GM Savings Plan, develop a financial plan, identify your retirement income needs, and more.

We kicked off the Financial Education Series the 1st of April at Lordstown Assembly and below are the remaining workshops scheduled at your plant, including dates and times.

Building Your Portfolio for Any Weather – April 15th at 7:30am, 12:30pm & 3:30pm Read more...

GM Shop Flyer 2-19-15

LOCAL 1112 INFORMATIONAL FLYER – GM

Dan Morgan, Shop Chairman                                              Glenn Johnson, President

Dave Fairbanks, Zone #1                                                     Bob Satterlee, Zone #2

Mike Fabijance, District Shop                                             Ken Banfield, District Shop

Jason Spain, District Shop                                                  Anthony Naples, District Shop

Important changes to Vacation Shutdown Weeks: Management has notified the local leadership of their intent to use 2 weeks vacation for plant shutdown. Per Paragraph 202a of the UAW/GM National Agreement, management has identified two (2) Plant Vacation Shutdown Weeks. The first week, June 29ththrough July 3rd, will be 32 hours vacation and 8 hours holiday. The second week, August 24th through the 28th, will be 40 hours vacation.

(202a) During February of each year, the local Mgt. will notify the Shop Committee of its decision to schedule no more than two Plant Vacation Shutdown Weeks, and will identify the specific week or weeks such shutdown will occur. Plant Management may schedule the Plant Vacation Shutdown Weeks to take place during any weeks between Memorial Day and Labor Day, or, with the local union’s agreement, during other weeks more advantageous to plant operations. The National Parties may also approve certain weeks that are beneficial to both employees and business needs (e.g. product launches, holiday periods, etc.) Read more...

GM Dues Update 2-12-15

In this weeks GM Paystub, members who are still owed the Union Dues RCVR amounts from their January overcharge should see a credit for those amounts in the RCVR. Credits in this deduction category are signified by the lack of a negative sign next to the amount. When anything is deducted from a category, there is a negative sign next to the amount. For example, -$57.42 would be a deduction, while $57.42 in this column would signify a credit. Members unsure can also compare the Year to Date  (YTD) columns of their last two checks. In the YTD column a credit this week would result in a lower YTD total than last week in the Union Dues RCVR category. If you have any questions on your paystubs, please call Financial Secretary Jim Stanton at 330-538-2213, ext 104.

GM DUES CORRECTIONS 2/3/2015

GM DUES CORRECTIONS UPDATE 2/3/15-After further review of the GM members’ dues data with GM and Xerox, it was determined that the data they had was still not accurate enough to both credit members back any overcharges for January, and deduct any under charges for the months members had only paid 2.0 hours (November and January). After much deliberation, GM has agreed to do the following in this Friday’s paycheck for any members affected by the overcharges under the code Union Dues RCVR:

*All GM UAW members will still have their normal 2.5 hours dues deducted for February

*Any member who had the extra Union Dues RCVR deducted in January will have that amount credited back in the same paycheck. That amount may vary depending on the individual as some members had an extra hour, while some members were charged an extra two hours. Some members will see no credits at all as they have paid the correct amount for the time period in question.

After this is done, we will still have to address the fact that many members are still in arrears by either .1/2 hour, or 1 hour, depending on what they paid in November and January. That amount, which was originally scheduled to be deducted in February (before the extra dues charges occurred in January), will now be scheduled to be resolved in the March 2015 dues deduction period. Once again we thank you for your patience as we try to work through this to insure each of our over 2500 GM UAW members dues payments are accurately processed. Should you have any further questions, please call Financial Secretary Jim Stanton at 330-538-2213, ext. 104

GM Shop Flyer 1-28-15

LOCAL 1112 INFORMATIONAL FLYER – GM

Dan Morgan, Shop Chairman                                                 Glenn Johnson, President

Dave Fairbanks, Zone #1                                                        Bob Satterlee, Zone #2

Mike Fabijance, District Shop                                                Ken Banfield, District Shop

Jason Spain, District Shop                                                      Anthony Naples, District Shop

Vacation Application Period:  Management will pass out vacation applications the beginning of February to all members.  Members must fill out and return the application during the month of February so that Management can grant their request based on their *seniority, shift and department.  If you would like to have hunting season off, you must submit your request during this application period.

*All applications will be based on seniority and available hours.  Also, if Management schedules designated summer vacation weeks, hours will be carved out of your vacation hours for the designated summer vacation weeks. Read more...

Winner 2014 United Way Campaign Giveaway

CONGRATULATIONS to Lordstown’s Michelle Bieber (Chassis One, second shift), winner of the United Way’s 2014 Mahoning and Trumbull County campaign giveaway courtesy of Greenwood Chevrolet. She took home a prize of $15,000 cash.

Michelle was one of ten finalists who participated at an event Wednesday night at the Austintown, Ohio Chevrolet dealership. Each finalist was given a key and if their key started a 2015 Chevrolet Silverado, they were declared the winner. Michelle was the 8th finalist to try and start the vehicle as the excitement got down to the final three contestants.

The United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley and the United Way of Trumbull County each chose five generous donors from the past year to attempt to start the vehicle in the Greenwood showroom. In order to qualify for a chance in the drawing, donors had to contribute at least $4 or more per week in 2014 United Way campaign. The prizes included a choice of a two year lease on a Volt or Silverado, or the cash prize. Michelle chose the cash because she is happy with her current GM vehicle.