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Avis Budget Group shuttle drivers at the Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco, Wash. voted 8-4 in favor of Teamster representation this week.
Drivers, mechanics and support staff at GET Bus in Bakersfield, Calif., continue their strike due to ongoing contract negotiations.
Here are today's top news stories of interest to Teamsters for July 25, 2014.
(WASHINGTON) – Teamsters Local 922 scored a major victory for a D.C. taxi driver who will receive a monetary settlement as part of an agreement reached with the city after he was barred from speaking at a D.C. Taxi Commission (DCTC) meeting over concerns that his accent made him difficult to understand.
Teamsters Local 700, Cook County’s largest public employee union, has learned the Sheriff’s Office has enlisted college-age interns to oversee a critical new study on manpower shortages facing the department.
(CHICAGO) — For more than three years, Teamsters Local 777 has continued to fight for approximately 100 school bus drivers in Chicago who want nothing more than fair working conditions.
A CSA training program for Pipeline Teamsters will be held in Lucedale, MS, on August 10, sponsored by Locals 891 and 991.