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Golden Living has offered their last, best and final offer regarding effects bargaining. Voting will take place on February 20, 201 at both facilities -- 5:30-6:30 a.m. and 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. in the breakrooms. Click on the link to view offer document: goldenlivingfinaloffer.pdf
Up to 2 positions assigned out of the Duluth Office. This position is an OPEIU 12 Union position classification: Organizer.
DEADLINE FOR APPLYING IS FEB 17, 2017.
Experience in Collective Bargaining, Grievance Handling, Organizing, & Political Action and a willingness to work hard for the membership of Local 1189. Excellent communication skills (verbal, written, and social media) and problem solving ability is required.
Attention Southern Division Members: You Can Make a Difference! Local 1189 currently has an opening on its Executive Board. If you work in a Southern Division location (worksites located in St. Paul and surrounding areas, southern Minnesota and West Central Wisconsin) and are interested in serving as an Executive Board Member, please submit your letter of interest, including your Union experience with Local 1189 and a brief statement on why you would like to be considered to President Jennifer Christensen:
From minnpost.com, 2/8/17: Last Thursday, Feb. 2, a basement hearing room of the State Office Building was packed. The overflow room was overflowing, so a third room had to be opened (and was soon filled too). Starting at 4:09 p.m. the hearing ran till almost 9 p.m. as one testifier after another weighed in on House File 600, an innocuous-sounding restriction on local government authority. What was this new proposal? And why the passion?