New law signed by Teamster-backed Gov. Murphy ensures teachers, government workers will still have a voice in the workplace.
UC Santa Barbara library worker travels to D.C. to let Supreme Court know that it shouldn't mess with public sector collective bargaining.
Attendees at Saturday rallies across the country to stand up for collective bargaining rights for public sector workers.
Local 237 leader stresses that union rights are civil rights, pending Supreme Court case could be a set back.
Here are the news items of interest to Teamsters for this week, November 4-10, 2017.
The U.S. Supreme Court, as expected, last week decided to hear a case in the next few months that would threaten the ability of unions to collect “fair share” fees from non-member public sector workers for the services they provide them.
Anti-union activists take another stab at gutting unions and silencing the voice of public sector workers.
Hawkeye State is the latest target of anti-union forces who want to tamp down on middle-class wages for workers.