UAW Local 1069

November 1, 2019
Dear Brother and Sisters,
The following internal jobs are open for UAW Local 1069 members to apply:
80A13; Inspector – Preflight, Req. ID # 00000156838, 1st & 2nd shift.
21A08; Toolmaker B, Req. ID # 00000158951, 1st shift.
09A08; Patternmaker Tooling B, Req. ID # 00000157128, 1st shift.

Be on the lookout for “2020 Annual Enrollment” health plan packets mailed to your home. Enclosed is important information regarding health plan overview, highlights, and changes. Also enclosed is a brochure on learning, evaluating, and enrollment instructions. Annual enrollment begins Nov. 5 and ends Nov. 26 at 11:59 P.M. Central time. Please look for this mailing from the Boeing Company. Do not discard.
In addition, please be reminded to complete your “Health Assessment” on the Worklife website. You have until November 26, 2019 to complete it. You will be asked a series of confidential questions for this assessment, which should only take approximately 15 – 20 minutes to complete.

Lastly, House Armed Service Committee (HASC) Seapower Subcommittee Chairman Joe Courtney (D-CT) and his professional staff, Mr. Phil McNaughton and Mrs. Kelly Goggin will visit Boeing Philadelphia on Tuesday November 5, from 12:15pm to 3:00pm. They will be escorted by CAPT Michael Hollenbach, Congressional Liaison, Navy Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA).

The Seapower Subcommittee has jurisdiction over the V-22 program. Koop and Steve Parker will join Kristin Houston and Andy Builta in briefing them in the GMMR. Thereafter, myself and some of your UAW Leadership team will join them in touring the new V-22 building and also the Chinook areas. Please look for this visit and express your pride in these great products we build here in Philadelphia.

Reminder: Our next General Membership meeting will be held December 8, 2019. This meeting was changed from November 24, 2019 due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. Please plan on attending. As always, your leadership team provides our members with important information at these meetings.

 

In Solidarity,
Michael Tolassi
President
UAW Local 1069

NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS FOR SHOP STEWARD 1st SHIFT, ZONE 8

Nominations will be accepted for the position of Shop Steward Zone #8 1st Shift on Thursday, October 31, 2019 from 9am to 4:30pm at the union hall at 1000 East Fourth St Eddystone, PA 19022
Zone #8: BLDG #: 3-61
Dept# position 1 and 2 if the alt line. 3101, 3102, 3103, 3104, 3105, 3753, 3520, 3198, 3191

Election to be held on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 from 11am to 12pm at the corner of BLDG 3-60 and 3-61

If needed, a run-off election will be held on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 from 11am to 12pm at the corner of BLDGS 3-60 and 3-61

In Solidarity,
Mike Tolassi                                 George Donahue                                           Jack Connolly
President                                    Recording Secretary                           Election Committee Chairman
UAW Local 1069                         UAW Local 1069                                        UAW Local 1069

October 18, 2019
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
The company has posted three (3) new internal job notifications on “Between the Blades” for any UAW Local 1069 employees wishing to apply. As of now, employees will not receive notifications for job openings through their “Careers @ Boeing” profile due to the transition from Total Access to Worklife. These issues are presently being addressed by the Company so that employees will be able to receive notifications in the near future. The current job openings are:
18A06; Assembler-Sheetmetal B, Req. ID # 00000152934, 1st shift.
10A11; Flight Test Mechanic A, Req. ID # 00000151949, 1st shift.
11C10; Aircraft Technician, Req. ID # 00000153575, 1st shift.
UAW employees interested in applying for one of these positions please go on to the “Between the Blades” site and click on the hyperlink provided.
John Schwartz (V-22 Final Assembly Inspector) has volunteered to be the Voluntary Community Action Program (V-CAP) director and is forming a committee of volunteers to assist him. V-CAP is a non-partisan political arm of the UAW, which uses funds raised by local union members to support politicians who stand with working families, like yourself. V-CAP is not tied to any political party and only endorses federal and state candidates who support building strong communities of working class families. Contributions to this fund is solely voluntary and can only be given to political candidates. UNION DUES CANNOT BE USED FOR THIS PURPOSE. The UAW National Community Action Program Department suggests that each union member contribute $10.00 a month. However, any amount will be accepted and can easily be deducted from your paycheck.
What VCAP does: Helps members and their families register to vote, helps households make informed decisions at the ballot box by distributing voting records of elected officials, endorse candidates based on their voting record that supports working families, and organizes political volunteer work in states and communities. It also contributes to endorsed candidates from these funds, urges ALL UAW members and their families to vote in all elections, and conducts annual voluntary drives asking members to contribute to the UAW V-CAP. If anyone is interested in joining the V-CAP Committee contact John Schwartz at 215-915-8809.
Lastly, thank you to John Schwartz, Gary Stein, the co-chairs of the Veteran’s Committee, and to their team for their hard work last Thursday hosting the “Hot Dog” sale in V-22. A total of $1300.00 ($1050.00 hot dogs / $250.00 raffle) was raised for “Walk for the Wounded” and the “Michael Strange Foundation”. Many thanks to all employees who attended this great cause and generously donated.

In Solidarity,
Michael Tolassi, President
UAW Local 1069

October 18, 2019

NOTICE OF GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2019
10:00AM
UAW LOCAL 1069 UNION HALL
1000 EAST FOURTH STREET
EDDYSTONE, PA 19022

The agenda will be as outlined in the Constitution of the UAW and the BY-Laws Of Local
1069, UAW. In addition to the regular order of business, nominations will be accepted for
One (1) Member-At-Large . The Election will be held on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at the Union Hall, 1000 E. Fourth Street, Eddystone, PA 19022, 5:00AM to 8:00PM. Run-off Election, if necessary, will be on Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 5:00AM to 8:00PM.

The following articles and sections of our By-Laws should be noted:

ARTICLE VII, SECTION 3: Any member being nominated for any office, delegate, or committee
At a meeting called for such purpose, will have three (3) calendar days following the meeting to accept
or decline the nomination.

ARTICLE VII, SECTION 4: Any member accepting nomination may withdraw his or her candidacy
Provided they notify the Election Committee in writing by registered mail within a period of five (5)
work days after such nomination.

ARTICLE VII, SECTION 5: A member will not be permitted to simultaneously hold two (2) elective
offices. If a member holding an elective office, the term of which is not expiring, desires to become a
candidate for another elective office, such member must notify the local union of his/her resignation
from his/her present office sufficiently in advance of the nomination meeting to permit nomination
and election of candidates for both offices during the same election. Such resignation would become
effective at the time of installation.

ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6: Eligibility of all members nominated must be verified by the Financial
Secretary-Treasurer/Benefits Representative.

ARTICLE VIII, SECTION 4: No member shall be eligible for election as an Executive Officer of the local
Union until he/she has been a member in continuous good standing in the local union for one (1) year
prior to the nomination.

ARTICLE XII, SECTION 2A: No member shall be eligible for election to the Shop Committee of the local
Union until he/she has been a Member in continuous good standing in the local union for one (1) year
Immediately prior to the date of nomination as verified by the Financial Secretary-Treasurer/Benefits
Representative.

Fraternally,

Michael Tolassi,                             Jack Connolly,                                                    George Donahue,
President                               Election Committee Chairman                               Recording Secretary

October 3, 2019
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
The company has posted four (4) new internal job notifications on “Between the Blades” for any UAW Local 1069 employees wishing to apply. As of now, employees will not receive notifications for job openings through their “Careers @ Boeing” profile due to the transition from Total Access to Worklife. These issues are presently being addressed by the Company so that employees will be able to receive notifications in the near future. The current job openings are:
83A09; Inspector-Final Specialty, Req. ID # 000000145664 / 00000145654, 1st shift.
18A05; Assembler-Sheetmetal B, Req. ID # 00000146201, 1st shift.
20A12; Senior Machinist, Req. ID # 00000150180, 1st & 2nd shift.
80A11; Inspector-Final Assembly, Req. ID # 00000150902, 1st shift.
UAW employees interested in applying for one of these positions, please go on to the “Between the Blades” site and click on the hyperlink provided:
Creating Job Interest Notifications for UAW 1069 Members
You will be walked through the process on how to apply for these job openings along with instructions on updating and/or creating your “Career Profile”. There is also a link to a useful video which shows a demo in Workday on Career Profiles:
Career Profile in Workday Introduction
Employees needing further assistance can contact the company’s “Hypercare” team. Cindy Weaver who works out of 3-04 Bld. and Yolanda Jefferson who works from 3-92 Bld. can personally assist our members. This assistance from these representatives is only available for a short time.
Effective October 4, 2019 there will be a quarterly Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) in the amount of $0.06. The current maximum COLA amount for this unit is $0.63.
Lastly, we remind our UAW Local 1069 members to think of our UAW brothers and sisters who are currently on strike throughout the country. We are accepting perishable goods (water, sports drinks, bug and insect repellant, etc.) at our union hall to pass along to these folks who are currently walking the line at the Langhorne Pa location. Please give generously, as we will make sure they receive these donations when we visit them on the picket line.
In Solidarity,
Michael Tolassi, President
UAW Local 1069

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