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Spring 2020

: - UPDATED - General Meeting Thursday June 11th

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: Grocery Curbside Pickup and Delivery Options

All,

With the CDC recommending that people wear masks when in public places like grocery stores, many of us are looking for ways to avoid entering these stores altogether. While apps like Instacart offer delivery and pickup options, they require hiring someone to do the shopping for you, resulting in long delays. Fortunately, many smaller local businesses are offering their own delivery and curbside pickup options. Some are now closed to the public, letting only the employees pack these orders for you. I have compiled a list of some grocers, liquor stores, and breweries that offer delivery and curbside pickup. This is by no means a complete or exhaustive list. Try searching Google for more options in your area.

curbside-delivery.pdf

In solidarity,

Rob Walters
Safety and Education Committee

: Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)

Local 10 is a hiring hall, not your employer. When filing for unemployment, your employer is the company you work for. See the company name on your pay stub (Shea's O'Connell, Kleinhan's, WNY Arena Equipment, Hale Northeastern, etc.). When applying for unemployment, enter one of these companies as your most recent employer.

The CARES Act was enacted on Friday, March 27, 2020. This creates extended unemployment benefits.

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) provides payment to workers not traditionally eligible for
unemployment benefits (self-employed, independent contractors, workers with limited work history, and
others) who are unable to work as a direct result of the coronavirus public health emergency.

It excludes:

    *Individuals that can telework with pay
    *Individual receiving paid sick leave or other paid leave benefits(regardless of meeting a category listed above)

See this PDF for more info on who qualifies:https://labor.ny.gov/ui/pdfs/pandemic-unemployment-assistance.pdf

For more information see:https://labor.ny.gov/ui/cares-act.shtm

If you think you are eligible labor.ny.gov/signin

If you are already receiving unemployment, you do not need to do anything.Your benefits will be recalculated automatically.

Rob Walters
Safety and Education Committee

: IATSE Local 10 Financial and Training Help

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: To Hire Local #10

If you are visiting this site looking to hire labor or technical services for an event, please call the office during regular business hours. After hours, or if it suits your needs, please email jobs@iatse10.com.

: Electronic Payments

All,

I am pleased to announce that local 10 now accepts electronic payments. If you owe any kind of Professional fee and or would like to order swag, payment can now be made online via emailed invoice. Please contact the office by phone or direct email to Devon at devon@iatse10.com for further infomation. You will never be charged a transaction fee.
COMING SOON! A direct link on website to make a payment.

Josh Moberly

President
I.A.T.S.E. Local #10
Buffalo NY