UAW Local 1112
11471 Reuther Drive SW
Warren Ohio 44481
1998 North Warren-Salem Rd
PO Box 277
North Jackson, Oh 44451

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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

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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Due to the need for GM and Xerox to need more time to review the GM dues data, the conference call betweem GM Payroll Processing, Xerox, and the UAW  has been moved to Friday, January 30, 2015 at 2pm. We will updtate you as soon as possible after the call to clarify what the correction process will entail. Thank you again for your patience.

GM Shop Flyer 1-28-15


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...

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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.

UAW-GM employees dues issues

Since the month of November 2014, we have experienced a multitude of issues with the dues collection process used by General Motors. Complicating matters was a communications error that occurred between the International UAW and GM that caused dues to be calculated incorrectly in a month where members had SUB pay (layoff situation). Consequently, many members have seen their dues for November 2014, and January 2015 calculated and collected for 2.0 hours, instead of the 2.5 hours that is required. In addition to these issues, which have affected well over 1900 of our members, this week also saw many members, (mostly those who worked over shutdown), who had paid “dues in arrears” (dues owed) for the month of November in the amount of one (1) or two (2) hours, being erroneously charged with an additional two (2) hours of dues for January (over and above their normal 2.5 hours). We certainly share your frustrations with what has transpired. These errors, affecting thousands of our members, have made the proper recording of dues at the local very difficult. Rest assured UAW 1112 is working with the International Union, and General Motors to resolve these problems in the most timely and efficient manner. Due to the large number of members this has affected, we ask for your patience as we try to sort out the best way to identify and correct the errors, and insure that each member has not paid more than they owe for the time period in question. As soon as we have any information from the International UAW and GM, about this process, we will communicate it as soon as possible.  In the meantime, should you have any further questions about the dues situation, please call Financial Secretary Jim Stanton at 330-538-2213 ext 104.

UAW1112-GM SHOP FLYER 1-07-15


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

Welcome Back:  The leadership of UAW Local 1112 would like to welcome all our members back. We hope that you had a safe and happy holiday shutdown and were able to spend some quality time enjoying your friends and families! Read more...

HAPPY NEW YEAR! January 2015 announcements

Hello Members,

Happy New Year! Just a friendly reminder that this Sunday, January 11, 2015 at 10 am will be our regular monthly membership meeting. Regular orders of business will follow reports of officers. Also, we will be holding nominations for the UAW 1112 Election Committee. Members who wish to run for the 11 Election Committee positions need to fill out a nomination form at the meeting. The election will be held at the February 8, 2015 union meeting. In order to run, you must be nominated at the January meeting! Our Election Committee members will oversee all UAW elections at all our units, including contract ratification votes, and strike votes for the next three years. Any seniority member in good standing, whether active or retired, from any of our units is eligible to run.

The Saturdays that are currenly scheduled for the first quarter of 2015, (subject to change!) are the following:

January 24th and 31st

February 14th and 21st

March 7th, 14th, and 28th

Hope to see you all Sunday! 



For Employees of:  _General Motors Co. – Locals 1112 & 1714, Lordstown, Ohio_


Last Day Worked: December 12, 2014 (TEMPORARY LAYOFF)

The following mass layoff number is being provided to you for use when filing your Application for Determination for Unemployment Benefit Rights.  This number may be used only for the application filed because of your layoff on the last day of work shown above.

MASS LAYOFF NUMBER: 1400552   (This number may be used only for this layoff.)

To file your application for Determination of Unemployment Benefits, take the following action starting   December 14, 2014  but no later than December 20, 2014.


Layoff Information


GM Quality Bonus Award

Dear UAW-GM Team Members, Your hard work and commitment to quality have really made a difference this year. We’ve observed this through a number of significant launches, including our new Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon mid-size pickups. Special congratulations go out to the joint launch teams and employees across multiple plants who supported these new vehicle introductions. Read more...