Local 1189 currently has two open positions on its Southern Division executive board. Members interested in serving as an executive board member should submit a letter of interest, including Union experience with Local 1189 and a brief statement on why they would like to be considered, to President Jennifer Christensen no later than June 7, 2019. Mail: 266 Hardman Ave N, South St. Paul, MN 55075 Fax: 651-451-8227 Email: jchristensen@ufcw1189.org

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Valley View Nursing home negotiations began on a tense note.  

The proposal presented by the Union was based on the results of survey sent to the membership and reflected the need to increase compensation and incentives in order to keep up with the cost of living and staff the building.

Our retail bargaining committee spent a full day on Wednesday, September 3 in a bargaining session with all of our major retail employers.  The day was spent entirely on health care and how to maintain coverage for the vast majority of our members.  We reached a “conceptual agreement” on how to determine members' eligibility for our current health plan.  This agreement has many details to work out, but the day resulted in significant progress toward reaching an agreement.

On August 26, 2014 the negotiating committee met with the Employer.  Proposals from both the Union and Employer were discussed along with employee concerns and safety issues.  Negotiations have been scheduled for September 16, 2014.  Your negotiating commtitee members are Alex Campbell-Witt, Cheryl Olsen, Linda Tainter, Lisa Waadevig and Union Representative Mike Dreyer.

Additional sessions will be held on September 11 at 10:00 am and 1:00 pm. The first meetings for dislocated Rainbow Foods employees (held on Thursday, August 21) had low attendance due to short notice. Former Rainbow employees on The Planning and Selection Committee wanted to get the process going as soon as possible and while some folks received the notices late, many members were able to get started in planning for their new careers. With that in mind, we have scheduled another day of orientation meetings that will give much more advanced notice to Rainbow Foods dislocated workers.

All across the country, corporations and the ultra-wealthy are funneling unprecedented amounts of money into our political system.  Their goal is to create an unbalanced and unfair economy where wages are as low as possible and profits replace respect for the workers that created them.  Active Ballot Club (ABC) seeks to level the playing field. By bringing together thousands of workers, our political concerns can be amplified to a decibel that is impossible to ignore.  ABC turns pocket change into big change for working families by fighting for:

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