The Union Hall will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2013, we will be open on Tuesday, May 28!!
John Klosinski will be teaching an Electrical Grounding Course starting Tuesday, June 4th at the Plumber & Pipefitters Hall in Mosinee, 5-9pm for 5 weeks. 18 CEU's. If interested call the Union Hall to get signed up, 715-341-2696
Local 388 Golf Outing
July 15, 2013
Indian Head Golf Course, Mosinee
Mailing will be coming out at the end of June with more details....
The July regular Union Meeting falls on July 4th so the meeting date will change to July 11, 2013!!! The Union Hall will be closed on July 4 and July 5th.............Have a safe 4th!!
Progressive talk has come to Wausau.... WXCO-1230AM is now airing Stephanie Miller from 9am- Noon, Ed Schultz Noon-3pm, and Thom Hartmann from 3-6pm.
Check out their website at www.1230wxco.com
Local 124 Where to go:
Don't forget by April 1, 2014 ALL electricians need to have a state Journyman Electrician or Master Electrican License.
The most current information is included on the applications.
You are now able to put your vacation money in your own banks. If you would like a form to submit to have your vacation money sent to your own bank account contact Kathy 715-341-2696 at the Union Hall.
It is your responsibility to keep the Union Hall up to date with your current phone numbers, addresses and email addresses. We are recently having difficulty getting hold of some members so PLEASE keep the Union Hall updated with any information changes.
Need to check your credentials go to: http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/SB/SB-CredentialStatusCheck.html
To get an application for your Journeyman or Masters Certification go to:
The Union Boot Pro ~
All boots on their website are Union Made, American made work boots.
Go to THEUNIONBOOTPRO.COM and enter code: Be0388mD and get 27% off your boot order
Is Retirement in Your Future???
Whether you are planning to retire in six months, six years, or if retirement is too far ahead to contemplate, it is never too late to keep good records. Saving check stubs, date books, and copies of your employment records are just some of the ways to avoid confusion involving start dates and employers. Think about creating a job history folder to keep track of where you've worked. It may come in handy and make the process much easier on you.