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Withdrawal Card Information

WITHDRAWAL CARD

 

If you leave employment, are laid off due to termination, sick leave or if you are going to be off work for an extended period of time, contact the Union office immediately to obtain an Honorable Withdrawal Card. You must do this within 90 days of leaving employment.

 

A member who is off work and has an Honorable Withdrawal Card is not required to pay dues during this period.

 

Should you terminate your employment and at some future time reinstate back into Local 436 or any other Teamsters Local Union, simply redeposit your Withdrawal Card and you will not have to pay any Reinitiation Fee.

 

You must include the fee of fifty cents ($.50) with your Withdrawal Request. And if your insurance benefits are with Teamsters Local Union No. 436 Health, Welfare and Pension Fund, you must contact the Benefit Fund at 216-328-0436 or 877-396-3436 to make sure the Withdrawal Status will not interfere with receiving your Medical Benefits.

 

Contact the Union Office for more information at 216-328-1833 or 800-506-4360.  


Jul 17, 2008

WITHDRAWAL CARD

 

If you leave employment, are laid off due to termination, sick leave or if you are going to be off work for an extended period of time, contact the Union office immediately to obtain an Honorable Withdrawal Card. You must do this within 60 days of leaving employment.

 

A member who is off work and has an Honorable Withdrawal Card is not required to pay dues during this period.

 

Should you terminate your employment and at some future time reinstate back into Local 436 or any other Teamsters Local Union, simply redeposit your Withdrawal Card and you will not have to pay any Reinitiation Fee. 

You must include the fee of fifty cents ($.50) with your Withdrawal Request.  

Contact the Union Office for more information at 216-328-1833 or 800-506-4360.  


Jul 16, 2008

 

 

 Name ________________________________________________________
Address ______________________________________________________
  _____________________________________________________________
 Phone (_____) _________________________________________________
 Company you worked for _________________________________________
   Last Day Worked _______________________________________________
 
 
 
Your Dues and Initiation must be paid up to date. You have 60 days from your last day worked to submit this form. There is a fee of 50 cents.
 
 
 
 
Print out and Mail completed form with 50 cents to:
Teamsters Local 436
6051 Carey Drive
Valley View, Ohio 44125
Phone: 216-328-1833 or 800-506-4360
Fax: 216-328-1513
 
 
 

 




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