The National Division of the BMWED is seeking input from members for preparation for bargaining the National Agreement.
Here are today's top news stories of interest to Teamsters for September 22, 2014.
After almost a decade of fighting to protect members' jobs at Allied Holdings, culminating in Jack Cooper's purchase of Allied in 2013, the Teamsters Union is beginning preparations for contract talks that will commence in 2015. With the carriers now fully integrated, the union is looking ahead to addressing the next challenges faced by the auto transport industry.
Years after the U.S. supposedly emerged from the Great Recession, indicators continue to show that middle-class wages are slipping. Congress and corporations need to take the issue seriously.
Here are today's top news stories of interest to Teamsters for September 19, 2014.
A federal appellate court should order the U.S. Department of Transportation to issue a long-overdue rule outlining training standards for entry-level truck drivers, safety advocates and a union told the court in a lawsuit filed today.
(CHICAGO) — Teamsters Local Union 743 denounced management at Rush University Medical Center (RUMC) today, for continued refusal to bargain with the more than 230 patient care technicians (PCTs) that overwhelmingly voted to become Teamsters on Aug. 29.