UWUA Local 304 News

UWUA Local 304 Adopts Guidelines for Charitable Donations

Your union has adopted guidelines for charitable donations from our union to other outside individuals and organizations.  Currently we have standing donations for the Salvation Army Angel Tree Program, The Ned Johnson Memorial Scholarship, and our late Brother Don Ganoe's Hogs For Dogs Ride. In the past we have elected, ...
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Your Union Hall is YOURS!

Thanks to the UWUA Local 304 members, your union has made the union hall our own. Your union officers have been busily sorting and filing almost 15 years of records concerning bargaining, NLRB charges, grievances, and other accumulated correspondence that is a part of the work of serving and protecting ...
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Being a Union Is All About Making Things Better

At January's Regular Meeting, we got our first glimpse of the process we have to follow to offer our membership healthcare through our union. The CEO, Mr. Elliot Dinkin, from Cowden Health and Welfare Consulting Services gave a presentation of what we can expect as we navigate through the process ...
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Union Members Legal Recognition

It's easy to sit back and complain and ask what your union dues actually do for you. The answer is even easier; your status as a union member gives you protected legal status under federal law. Here is a brief rundown of some of the main laws that enshrine your ...
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You Against “The MATRIX”!

Working for a multi-billion dollar corporation puts you at an extreme disadvantage if, somewhere along the line, you and the company should have a disagreement. After all, the company employs a whole department of legal professionals in every legal area in which they presently or may operate. This vast network ...
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