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Welcome to RN Staff Council, OPEIU, Local 40's website!  Please feel free to look around and check things out.  We hope you find our website user-friendly and full of information.

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Local 40 Officers

 Local 40 Executive Board - April 16, 2014:

 Janice Docherty, President

 Linda Stempkowski, Recording Secretary

 Joanne Czeiszperger, Treasurer

 Cassandra Bell, Trustee

 Steve Rakowicz, Trustee

 Jenna Sahr, Trustee

 Dean Shiff, CHMC Vice President

 Barb Chub, CHMC Chief Steward

 Jeff Morawski, MM Vice President

 Dina Carlisle, MM Chief Steward

ARE YOU A NEW EMPLOYEE?

  

If you are a new employee and have already been through orientation but did not receive your Welcome Packet (folder with welcome letters, contract, by-laws, etc.), please contact the following representative(s) below or call the Union Office:

McLaren-Macomb  

Jeff - jmorawski@opeiulocal40.org

Crittenton Hospital Medical Center

Dean - dshiff@opeiulocal40.org

 

Unique Benefits for Union Families at Risk

Union Plus has an innovative new program of unique benefits for members facing economic hardship.  It's called Union SAFE and it expands the Union Plus safety net for working families and members participating in Union Plus programs. 

It includes:

  • Credit counseling services, budgeting advice and no-fee debt management and bankruptcy counseling benefits (1-877-833-1745);

  • Save My Home Hotline to help members avoid foreclosure (1-866-490-5361);

  • Hospital Care Grants of $1,000 for qualified participants in the Union Plus Credit Card, Mortgage or UnionSecure Insurance programs who have been recently hit with large, unreimbursed hospital expenses;

  • College Savings Grants of $500 for qualified participants in the Union Plus Credit Card, Mortgage or UnionSecure Insurance programs who open a new 529 tax-free college savings or pre-paid tuition account between January 1 and June 30, 2009;

  • Job Loss Grants of $250 for qualified Union Plus Credit Card holders who have been recently laid off for more than 90 days;

  • Disability Grants of $1,000 to $2,000 for qualified Union Plus Credit Card holders who have significant income loss due to a recent long-term illness or disability;

  • Mortgage Assistance to help Union Plus Mortgage holders who are laid off, disabled or are on strike make their mortgage payments;

  • Insurance Premium Waivers for members with UnionSecure Life Insurance who have been recently laid off for more than 30 days.

To apply, click this link www.UnionPlus.org/UnionSAFE

 

  AT&T Cellular Discounts  

Save 15% on your monthly AT&T wireless service.  In addition to saving money, you'll be supporting union workers and their families.  AT&T is the only national unionized wireless carrier - with over 40,000 union represented employess.

Click this link for more information - AT&T Discount.pdf

     

 

AFLAC for our members

 

We are pleased to announce that Aflac has partnered with us to bring you benefit options that are now available to our membership at payroll rates!

You can sign up to meet with our Aflac representatives or come to the Union office to enroll. It’s that easy.
 
Aflac offers a full menu of benefit options that are designed to pay cash directly to you, not hospitals and doctors. These cash benefits can be used as you need to help with costs associated with an accident or illness for you or your family. You choose the coverage that fits your needs the best. Better still, you own your coverage with Aflac and can keep it at the same rate as long as you continue to pay premiums. Your coverage is fully portable and individually owned.
 
Aflac offers a wide variety of cash benefit options that will supplement any health insurance plan such as:
 
*Personal Disability Income Protector                   *Life Insurance
*Cancer/Specified Disease                                        *Critical Illness
*Hospital Protection                                                 *Dental
*Specified Health Event Protection                         *Vision
*Personal Sickness Indemnity                                  *Accident Indemnity
*Intensive Care                                                          (24 hour on or off job)
 
Our Aflac representative is:
 
Mike Trudeau-Aflac
Regional Sales Coordinator
30078 Schoenherr, suite 200
Warren, MI 48088
586-541-4500 ext. 17 phone
 
THE HAWAI'I NURSES' ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES AFFILIATION WITH OPEIU, AFL-CIO

Click the link below...

The Hawai'i Nurses' Association Announces Affiliation with OPEIU, AFL-CIO

www.hawaiinurses.org/news-a-publications/hna-news-archive/42-press-release/422-the-hawaii-nurses-association-announces-affiliation-with-the-office-and-professional-employees-international-union-afl-cio.html

  CHMC BLOCK SCHEDULING APPEAL DISMISSED  
United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

Notice of Docket Activity

The following transaction was filed on 10/02/2013

Case Name: Office & Professional Employe v. Crittenton Hosp Medical Ctr
Case Number: 13-2256
Document(s): Document(s)

Docket Text:
ORDER filed granting motion to dismiss case - mediation [4950086-2] filed by Mr. Donald H. Scharg. Entered by order of the court. (CAW)
 

     

 

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