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November 20, 2018
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District 3 meeting (Silverdale, WA)
Nov 21, 2018
Union Hall, 3525 NW Anderson Hill Road
District 6 meeting (Anchorage, AK)
Nov 22, 2018
4001 Denali St. Suite A Anchorage, AK
District 8 meeting (Juneau, AK)
Nov 27, 2018
Juneau IUOE 302 Hall: 9309 Glacier Hwy, BldgA-102B
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Nov 27, 2018
IUOE Union Hall, 225 N 16th
District 5 (Pocatello, ID)
Nov 28, 2018
IUOE Union Hall , 456 N. Arthur
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Strike Pay Update
Updated On: Aug 28, 2018

Strike Pay Update

The Strike Committee has met and determined the eligibility requirements for strike pay.  The Committee has determined that each member performing picket duties must log 20 hours of time on the picket line and meet the eligibility criteria in the strike fund policy to be eligible for picket pay the following week.  For example, the strike began on Tuesday, August 21.  Picket pay begins the second week of the strike.  Any member performing picket duties who logged 20 hours of picket time between August 21 to 27 is eligible for picket pay of $80 per day up to a maximum of $400 per week for the week of August 28 to September 3, and so on going forward. 

Strike Captains must submit all log sheets to the Field Representatives assigned to their picket area at the conclusion of each week.  Strike fund benefits may be picked up at the Bothell Hall or will be disbursed by mail in the form of a check.  Picketers must complete a W-9 to apply for strike benefits.  Strike funds are subject to federal income tax.

PLEASE BE PATIENT.  THE LOCAL WILL BE PROCESSING THOUSANDS OF STRIKE FUND APPLICATIONS AND THE PROCESS WILL TAKE SOME TIME.

W-9 Forms https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw9.pdf 

 
 
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