Teamster Leaders Announce Increase in Strike Benefits; So-Called RTW is a Threat to All Workers; Striking International Paper Workers Protest Unfair Scheduling; N.Y., Ill. Teamsters Honor US Foods Extended Picket Line; Fla. School Bus Workers Finally Get Chance to Negotiate Contract; Contract News; Organizing News; This Week in Teamster Music; Workers Have Opportunity to Vote for a ‘Stronger America’
Federal judges knock down discriminatory laws in Texas, Wisconsin, granting some 900,000 more Americans the right to vote
Here are the news items of interest to Teamsters for today, July 25, 2016.
(SAN FRANCISCO)—University of California (UC) workers rallied at the CBRE’s San Francisco office on Wednesday in opposition to the actions of former CBRE Chairman and UC Regent Richard C. Blum, which continue to hurt the livelihoods and futures of workers and students alike.
Here are the news items of interest to Teamsters for today, July 22, 2016.
National RTW, curbing NLRB rulings are at top of Republican platform agenda if the party gets its way.
Executive compensation gains far outpace stock market increases, income hike for richest Americans over past four decades.
(WASHINGTON) – Approximately 300 Piedmont Airlines mechanics from Teamsters Locals 210, 355 and 776 have voted overwhelmingly to ratify a five-year contract with the carrier. More than 83 percent of voting mechanics cast their ballots in favor of the agreement.