(WASHINGTON) – The International Brotherhood of Teamsters and its 1.4 million members in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico fully support Teamsters Local 812 members on strike at Clare Rose in New York.
(PARK RIDGE, Ill.)—The May Day event scheduled for May 1 in Chicago is supposed to be a celebration of International Workers’ Day, a day to empower the middle class to stand up for all workers’ rights. However, we have learned this is not the only message that is being communicated to the labor community.
Philadelphia Teamsters help build largest temporary structure in North American history.
John Tolman, legislative representative for the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, testified before a U.S. House committee today about the importance of rail infrastructure funding.
Trump executive order is first step in effort to restore middle-class jobs in this country.
Waste workers at Republic Services in Mobile, Alabama have ratified a new contract by a 100-percent margin that contains numerous improvements.
A group of twenty-nine workers at Canteen Vending have voted to join Teamsters Local 810 in Long Island City, New York. The new members work as vending drivers, vending helpers, pantry drivers, pantry helpers, and warehouse helpers. The vote was 22 – 6 in favor of voting to join the union.
The workers who deliver, sell, and merchandise Budweiser, Heineken, and other beer products to Nassau and Suffolk Counties walked the picket line today, largely stopping distribution on Long Island.