Here are the news items of interest to Teamsters for today, August 25, 2016
As issues of race in America rise to the surface, the wage gulf between whites, blacks and Latinos can't be ignored.
Here are the news items of interest to Teamsters for today, March 2, 2016.
CEOs who loot their companies are actually capable of being ashamed that they make hundreds of times the average salary of their workers. That's why the Teamsters want the Securities and Exchange Commission to do what Congress told it to do. The SEC is supposed to issue a rule requiring companies to disclose the gap between the pay of their CEOs and their average worker. The SEC hasn't done it yet.
Union Workers Approve Close Out Agreement With Rite-Aid West Virginia Metro News ...The Rite-Aid distribution center in Poca is going to stay open about 18 months longer than originally announced following a new deal between the company and Teamsters union...
A congressman from Massachusetts criticized the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) chair, Mary Jo White, yesterday for failing to do her job. She's a former Wall Street lawyer (no shock there, right?)
Teamsters, firefighters drop proposals to help Leamington Windsor Star ...Unionized employees with the Town of Leamington have overwhelmingly ratified new collective agreements after withdrawing virtually all of their proposals in the wake of last month’s announcement that the town’s Heinz plant would close next summer...