Today, Teamsters Passenger Transportation Division Representative and President of Teamsters Local 777 Jim Glimco was joined by a delegation of Teamster members and allies to hand-deliver an important letter to the corporate headquarters of National Express (NEX)/Durham School Services in Lisle, Illinois.
In honor of Women’s History Month, here is a photograph from 1918. Teamster women truck drivers participated in a national program to bring doctors and medicine to rural areas during the Spanish Flu epidemic. They received commendations for their service. Today, Teamsters work as health care providers, including nurses and Red Cross workers.
The Teamsters UPS National Negotiating Committee has concluded its fifth week of negotiations and achieved tentative improvements to parts of the contract covering excessive overtime, harassment and other issues. The UPS Freight National Negotiating Committee made progress on CDL training requirements this week.
(WASHINGTON) – The following is the official statement of Teamsters General President James P. Hoffa on today’s announcement of strategic tariffs against China.
“Earlier this month, I sent a letter to the White House describing the Teamsters’ support for the recent analysis and action under Section 232 to protect our national security through strategic tariffs on steel and aluminum. Today, I commend the United States Trade Representative for the bold enforcement action against unfair Chinese trade practices under Section 301.
(NEWFANE, N.Y.) – School bus drivers and monitors working for Student Transportation of America (STA) have voted overwhelmingly to join Teamsters Local 449. The 59 workers transport students for the Newfane Central School District
The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) and Canadian National (CN) announced today that the parties have reached a tentative agreement.
Endorsed by Joint Council 25, pro-worker choices dominate the ballot box.
(SAN FRANCISCO) — Negotiations for a contract covering Teamster drivers in Silicon Valley will get under way this week. The drivers operate shuttle buses transporting employees for Apple, Facebook and Twitter, among other high-tech companies.