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To contact the Officers and Stewards of Local 1092 go to the OFFICERS page where you can find their phone number or, if you choose, click on an officers name to send them an e-mail.

NEW! To send a suggestion or to contact the Good And Welfare contacts, Click HERE

Please specify the person in needs name, work location and brief description of situation on what happened

 

 

Posted 10/7/14- There will be phone banking at the Duluth Labor Temple, Address: 2002 London Road, Duluth, MN. Tuesdays and Thursdays 5pm-8pm through the end of October and All day November 1st through the 4th. Local 1092 needs volunteers. If you can participate, please report to the address above... and bring a friend!

Updates:10/19/14- See Below, prize winners from the Local 1092 summer picnic

These are the farthest drive winners. There were 10-20.00 gas gift cards given out for the 10 union members who drove the farthest to the picnic.

Bev Mell-95.9

Sarah Lind-44.1

Ralph Tuck-247

David Boettcher-73.4

Victor Vanecek55.5

Dan Williams-48.7

Erin Marple49

Chris St. Germaine-44.3

Abby Sigfrid-77

Deb Hanson-54.9

 

Winners for the larger prizes for AFSCME members only:

 

Megan Agenter

Pop-up Canopy

Paul Coffland

Window AC Unit

Bernard Oetterer

Portable DVD player

Joe Schiavone

Zoo Pass

Ben Dahl

Bench Glider

Greg Swenson

Gas Grill

Connie Herbert

Zero Gravity Chair

Winners for door prizes:

Haydee Anderson

Red Camp Chair

Kenny Olson

Avon Footworks

Wendy McGowan

Lazy Moose Gift Card

Mary Chavez

Chickadee Gift Card

Delores Wold

Little Store Gift Card

Mike Messenger

MLM Roller Derby tickets

Jackie Olson

Columbia Gift Card

Deb Halls

Ugly Stick

Cameo Torok

Chickadee Gift Card

Pam Sater

Little Store Gift Card

Pete Jurek

Applebee's Gift Card

Dustin Hjelle

Holiday Gas Card

Diane Lingle

MLM Roller Derby tickets

Gwen Farrell

Chickadee Gift Card

Nick Lammi

Blue Camp Chair

Kris Ludvigson

Avon Footworks

Bev Mell

MarketPlace Gift Card

Chris St. Germaine

Chickadee Gift Card

Dan Werner

Lazy Moose Gift Card

Tom Bartzack

Chickadee Gift Card

Erin Marple

Little Store Gift Card

Jessica Wold

Chickadee Gift Card

Kevin Schmidt

Little Store Gift Card

Jeremy Opland

Little Store Gift Card

Jay Little

Portable Grill

Kelly Seger

Twice Told Tales

Cara Keinanen

Twice Told Tales

Kevin Dreher

Gander Mountain

Dan Williams

Gander Mountain

Kids prize winners:

Gaby Mullinex

Frozen 2-way Radio

Raymond Henriquez

Angry Birds Jenga

Aleah (dave royer)

Disney Princess Ball

Hera Arseneau

Disney Princess Fishing Pole

Lily Dahl

Disney Princess backpack fishing kit

Yasminen Vargas

Disney Princess Pop up magic castle

Garrett Keinanen

Cars Scooter

Tristan Henriquez

Cars Dinoco Stunt Show

Leopold Wold

Nerf Football

Miia Marple

Spiderman Fishing Pole

Sam (Dave Royer)

Spiderman Sunglasses

Cassie Lingle

Doc McStuffin's sunglasses

Brooklyn Peterson

Disney Priness Scooter

Kenny Olsen III

Guradians of Galaxy 2 way radio

Aryah Johnson

Barbie Beach House

Nolan Webber

Spiderman backpack fishing kit

Tiegan Burch

The Lego Movie

Matthew Laine

Happy Feet 1 & 2 Movie

Spencer Peterson

McDonalds Gift Card

Nobel Lammi

Subway Gift Card

Brooklyn Burch

McDonalds Gift Card

Honor Lammi

Subway Gift Card

Courtney Laine

McDonalds Gift Card

Jeremaiah (dave royer)

Subway Gift Card


Posted 3/15/14- NOTE: IRS Mileage reimbursement rate has changed slightly. Click on the link below for info:

IRS MILEAGE RATE


 

Reminder to all state employees to continue checking to make sure your license is active. Any staff that does not have a license and it’s a requirement of the job will be automatically dismissed. Click this link to check whether your license is valid through the MN DMV


Remember, YOUR apathy and failure to make a quick phone call or send a short e-mail could have an end result of doing our difficult and stressful, not to mention thankless jobs for lower wages and the loss of our pensions. ACT NOW!


Weingarten Rights
 In 1975, the Supreme Court ruled in the Weingarten decision, that an employee is entitled to have a union representative present during any interview which may result in his or her discipline.  It is up to you to insist on union representation. If you fail to do so, you may waive your rights.  "If this discussion could in any way lead to my being disciplined or terminated, or affect my personal working conditions, I respectfully request that my union representative or steward be present at this meeting. If this discussion could lead to my being disciplined and you deny my request for representation, I choose not to answer any questions." 


Member Benefits
 As union members, we bargain collectively with our employers over wages, benefits, and rights. We have the best chance of receiving better wages, benefits and fair treatment in the workplace by bargaining collectively as a union. Most of us have very limited bargaining power as one person, but as a group, we are strong. And, with a good negotiated contract, we have legal protections we would not have otherwise. Under the employment at will doctrine, the cornerstone of American employment law, in general terms, unless we belong to a protected group, our employer has the right to discipline or terminate, with impunity, us for any reason -- even a bad one -- or for no reason at all. That's why it is sometimes called the fire at will doctrine.  With a collective bargaining agreement, we have rights.  Management must have "just cause" for any disciplinary action taken against a union employee. "Just cause" is spelled out in our union contract so that we know exactly what is expected of us.


 

Any member wishing to become a Union Steward, please contact Jen Montgomery or Cory Vargason

 

KEEP OUR UNION STRONG!!!

United we bargain; divided we beg. Together we build power to get the pay, benefits and respect we
deserve. Our power comes from strong local unions that mobilize their members to showcase the
solidarity that gets us good contracts. It starts with active and informed members who contribute their
ideas, energy and skills. Our most effective tool to win a fair contract is visible and vocal members, who attend meetings, attend rallies, send emails, make calls, wear green, and post flyers in their worksites.

 

 

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