UAW Local 833

On January 25, 2020, President Tayloe presented Sheboygan Area CAP Council President, Tom Stoelb, with the Sheboygan Area CAP Council Lifetime Achievment Award.

Throughout the year, Local 833 active and retired members participate in the Local's raffles. Most the money raised, goes towards scholarships.

On March 2, 2019 we held our annual Casino Night. On May 18th we were very excited to give 8 local charities the profits of that night. Each charity listed received $1,500.

NCPR recently came to Emil Mazey Hall to interview a few of our members. 

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Union members in the public sector are once again under attack and need our support. The Snyder-appointed Civil Service Commission is using the cover of a global pandemic to engage in underhanded union busting targeted at State of Michigan workers. This is not only an attack on dedicated state employees, but also their ability to provide quality public services to the people of Michigan. At a time when state workers have been on the frontlines of protecting the people of Michigan from the coronavirus, these anti-worker commissioners are trying to undermine the right of state employees to collectively bargain. Stand with our brothers and sisters and tell the Civil Service Commission to end these anti-union attacks.

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Fighting for the middle class! UAW National CAP Conference was held in Washington D.C., Feb. 2-5, 2020. Delegates: Tim Tayloe, Julie Caldwell, Shawn Lehmann, Jamie Caldwell & Bob Lafave, (Local 1472) had the opportunity to talk with WI Senator Tammy Baldwin & the aid to House of Representative, Jim Sensenbrenner, Jr.

Open Letter in Regard to GM: I am not a spokesman for anyone other than myself and the words in this opinion piece are mine and they pertain specifically and solely to me. Since retiring on July 1, 2010, I have avoided speaking to the media. I read with disgust and dismay some newspaper articles pertaining to me yesterday. I do not blame the reporters. They were covering a story based on statements taken from General Motors’ Motion to Alter or Amend Judgment against Fiat Chrysler and others, dated August 3, 2020. I do, however, place the blame squarely on GM for their malicious and utterly baseless attack against me and a supposed “unnamed” member of my family.

“Outside the bubble of Washington, D.C. our families continue to struggle with an economy devastated by this pandemic. This impacts UAW members, their families, their communities and their jobs, all of which depend on a resilient economy. This issue needs to be solved.

In the short term, families need a temporary extension of current benefits, including the $600 a week supplemental unemployment until a final bill is resolved.

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