VIRTUAL GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING DECEMBER 6, 2020 AT 10:00 a.m.

The General Membership Meeting scheduled for this Sunday, December 6, 2020, at 10:00 a.m., will be held virtually on GoToWebinar. This decision was made out of an abundance of caution in light of the rising nuber of COVID-19 cases in NH. The Christmas raffle will be held this Spring when conditions allow.  Registration is required to attend.  Please use the following link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6846499888374761744

Once you register you will receive an invite with instructions. We look forward to you joining us this Sunday. Stay Healthy and Safe.

 

 

Virtual General Membership Meeting Sunday, November 1, 2020, at 10:00 a.m.

 

As a result of the need for certain employees to quarantine as a result of possible close contact with an individual testing positive for COVID-19, we are forced to have a virtual meeting tomorrow out of an abundance of caution for all. You may use the link below to attend the meeting on your computer, smartphone or call in from your phone. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Teamsters’ General Membership Meeting November 1, 2020 @ 10:00 a.m.
Sun, Nov 1, 2020 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM (EST)

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General Membership Meeting Sunday, October 4, 2020, at 10:00 a.m.

 Sunday’s General Membership Meeting will be held outdoors in the parking lot of the Union Hall at 10:00 a.m.. In light of the COVID-19 Pandemic; the Governor’s Executive Orders regulating group gatherings, and for your safety and well-being, we will be following the social distancing protocols and the wearing of masks. We look forward to seeing you all there. Stay Safe!

           

TEAMSTERS LOCAL 633 VIRTUAL GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING JUNE 14, 2020

Teamsters Local 633 Virtual General Membership Meeting will be held June 14, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. The meeting will be streamed live over the GoToWebinar Platform. Pre-Registration is required and you may do so by hitting the link below. You must check the box at the bottom of the Registration Form to submit the registration request. Once you register, and your membership is verified, you will receive the sign in credentials.

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4662370613433068299

GOVERNOR SUNUNU ISSUES EMERGENCY ORDERS RE: CORONAVIRUS

Dear Sisters and Brothers,

Please find the Governor’s Emergency Orders relating to the current coronavirus pandemic. There are 5 Emergency Orders at this time. You can flip through the pages by hitting the arrow located at the bottom of the page.

As always, we are here for you. Do not hesitate to call us for assistance.

Fraternally,

Jeff Padellaro

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MARCH 15, 2020, GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING CANCELLED

Sisters and Brothers, out of an abundance of caution, I am cancelling the General Membership Meeting scheduled for Sunday, March 15, 2020. It is clear that many businesses, institutions and government agencies are limiting large gatherings in an effort to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus. As always, the health and safety of you and your families come first. Stay Healthy and Safe.
Fraternally,

Jeff Padellaro
Principal Officer

Correctional Officers TA includes Raises & Double Time After 16 hours OT

Sununu, corrections officers union reach tentative agreement

By Kevin Landrigan

New Hampshire Union Leader

CONCORD — Gov. Chris Sununu and officials with Teamsters Local 633 announced Friday they’ve reached a tentative, two year contract for the state’s corrections officers.

Under the agreement, workers would get 4% pay increases, one next year and another in 2021 and it also addresses overtime, longevity, health care and other benefits.

It will cost the state $2.5 million and there is money set aside in the current state budget for collective bargaining agreements.

“I am pleased that we were able to come together and reach an agreement that both recognizes the tremendous work of our State employees and protects the interests of the State’s taxpayers,” said Sununu. “Both sides negotiated in good faith, and achieved a fair compromise that delivers a true win-win for the State and its hard working employees. This is truly the New Hampshire way, and I extend my sincere thanks to the Teamsters and the state employees they represent for their hard work in getting us to this point.”

The negotiating committee of the union unanimously approved the deal that still must be ratified by the rank and file.

“While this was a lengthy negotiation, I am pleased with the results. Our members will be voting on this contract in the very near future. I want to thank Governor Sununu for getting personally involved in these negotiations and for his support in reaching a compromise agreement,” said Jeff Padellaro, principal officer with the union.

The deal permits corrections officers getting double time for overtime in excess of 16 hours each week and increases longevity pay from $350 to $400.

Corrections Commissioner Helen Hanks said this agreement should help fill a chronic shortage of corrections officers throughout the system.

“New Hampshire’s corrections officers provide an invaluable service to the state of New Hampshire,” said Hanks. “Corrections officers in surrounding states and in federal facilities have historically earned higher wages comparatively, the result of which has been chronic shortages and vacancies. The benefits and wage increases included in this contract agreement will undoubtedly assist our recruiting and retention efforts.”

Sununu still has to resolve negotiations with three other unions that represent state workers.

The State Employees Association represents the lion’s share of workers throughout state government.

The New England Police Benevolent Association represents probation and parole officers along with Fish and Game Department union employees.

The New Hampshire Troopers Association represents state troopers.

klandrigan@unionleader.com

2019 RECIPIENTS OF LOCAL 633 SCHOLARSHIPS

 

 

 

Principal Officer Jeffrey Padellaro announced the Local 633’s Scholarship Recipients for 2019. Jeff stated, “This is truly Teamsters supporting Teamsters. The Scholarship Fund is funded by voluntary donations from our members and other Local Teamster Unions throughout the country. College is an expensive investment and every little bit helps. We wish all the recipients much success in their academic pursuits.”

 

Congratulations to the following Teamsters and the recipients of Local 633’s Scholarship Awards:

Karissa Belyea, daughter of Kevin Belyea, Bimbo USA;
Sophie Chiasson, daughter of Paul Chiasson, JG MacLellan;
Noah Chretien, son of Richard Chretien, Manchester Principal;
Brandon Cote, son of Christopher Cote, Pepsi;
Nicholas Desrosiers, son of Travis Desrosiers, Mondelez;
Lauren Farrell, daughter of David Farrell, Bimbo USA;
Morgan Leonard, daughter of Joe Leonard, Pepsi;
Dylan McMenemy, son of David McMenemy, Coca Cola;
Tyler Merrill, son of Timothy Merrill, UPS;
Lauren Tellier, daughter of Dan Tellier, ABF Freight; and
Connor Thibault, son of Timothy Thibault, Coca Cola.