Those working in union jobs are much more likely to have access to health insurance and to take it as well.
Wages aren't the only thing at stake when it comes to sticking up for everyday Americans.
The Teamsters have repeated noted that it pays to be in a union. It doesn't matter who you are. And a new report looking at women in the workplace further proves that fact.
Hoffa Statement on Repealing Health Benefits Tax Teamster.org ...“Rep. Courtney’s bill stands up for working Americans. The health care excise tax set to take effect in 2018 is an onerous charge that will hit many middle-class families hard in the pocketbook, all because their health insurance is considered too good. It is unconscionable that some hardworking Americans will have to pay a 40 percent penalty on benefits they’ve fought hard to receive"...