U.S. Steel Lake Erie Works
Profit Sharing Payment
The profit sharing payment for the 4th quarter of 2017 will be paid on March 7, 2018.
Active - $3,437.69 if the individual had the maximum of 500 hours in the quarter.
Retiree - $1,114.21
Sisters, Brothers, Family and Friends
Come and Join us for the
USW Local 8782 Women of Steel (WOS) Solidarity Evening and Fundraiser
Featuring: Sign Painting with Finders Keepers
Wednesday May 16, 2018 5:30 - 9:00 pm
USW Local 8782 Union Hall
5 Hawk St.
Cost: $ 70.00 includes sign, materials appetizers and beverages.
We will be collecting donations to fill personal needs basket(s) for the Haldimand and Norfolk’s Women’s services.
10 spots available
For more information and to reserve a spot please call
Donna Wingrove at 519 587 2000 ext. 223 or 519 428 4491
Shannon Horner 519 587 4541 ext. 5141 or 519 420 0034
Haldimand and Norfolk Women's Services Wish List
Bed sheets (twin size)
Comforters for twin beds
Mattress covers (twin size)
Crib sheets (flat & fitted)
Large Bath towels, hand towels & face cloths
Pillows and pillow cases
Dish cloths and dish towels
Paper towels/Kleenex/toilet paper
Pens/ paper/ journals
Feminine Products (pads, tampons etc.)
Shampoo and conditioner
Shaving cream & razors
First aid supplies (i.e. band aids)
Hot water bottle or heating pads
Tall drinking glasses
Old cell phones
September 3, 2015
For people wanting to view copies of Court Documents including the Monitors report which relate to the CCAA proceeding you can access them on the Court appointed Monitors website http://www.ey.com/ca/ussc.
Grievance Form Package
Here is a package to assist the steward body on the grievance procedure and process. To view the guideline click on the link below
Family Services Employee Assistance Program
Get Help Now
How do I access the program?
Your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is here to connect you with confidential, professional assistance to help with any of life's challenges.
For confidential access to your EAP, simply call one of the toll-free phone numbers. Professional EAP staff are available to provide information about your EAP benefits, the services available to you within it, or to arrange services or connect you with immediate crisis support.
For non-urgent inquiries:
The intent of the program is to assist troubled employees in arranging for appropriate private outside resources. If you have questions on the extent of assistance or require help please don't hesitate to call 1-888-409-4499 or for more information go to the website at http://www.myfseap.ca/ and login, user name is fseapkingston and password is myfseap1.
If you are in a crisis and need immediate assistance there is a 24 hour help line, 1-800-668-9920.
None of these are endorsed or promoted by the Local 8782. They strictly for your information.
Rogers 25% discount for Stelco Employees. For more information click here
Stelco Employee New Vehicle Program. For more information click here
Group Home and Car etc. Insurance. For more Information Click Here
Your Guide to the Employment Standards Act. To view Click Here
This will explain your rights under the act as it relates to Hours of Work, Pregnancy and Parental Leave, Family Medical Leave or Personal Emergency Leave etc.
Employment Standards Act Personal Emergency Leave
To view the ESA Personal Emergency Leave click here
To view Frequently asked Questions and Answers click here
Go to the Meetings and Public Events page for upcoming meetings Updated March 5, 2018
We are trying to establish a database of e-mails for news bulletins etc. for our members and retirees. If you have an e-mail address and would like to be added to this list please click on one of the links below.
Members: Please be sure to include your full name or it will not be used. We need
to know we are only sending to our members. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Retirees mail to: Send to email@example.com
Local 8782 was first chartered in 1978. We negotiate collective agreements for our members at U.S. Steel (former Stelco) Lake Erie Works, Pickling Division, Harsco Services, and ESM. Since our members are directly employed in the Steel Industry, it is our responsibility to be involved in the fight to save the steel industry in Canada. For this reason we are launching this web site to communicate the latest developments that affect you.
We hope to use this site as another avenue to communicate to our membership on past, present and future initiatives. If you have any suggestions of what you would like to see, please use our feedback page and we will review all suggestions.
Send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or comments about this web site.