Tim Beaty, Teamsters Director of Global Strategies, was interviewed about the relationships the union has with labor organizations around the world. Jim Hoffa recently signed an agreement with a top Brazilian labor leader that will help both organizations fight for workers’ rights.
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) –The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is disappointed in the court’s decision upholding the legality of the pilot program to open our borders to unsafe Mexican trucks. The union is reviewing its options with our attorneys.
The Teamsters are building strategic alliances with unions and other allies around the world. We seek common cause with workers globally to build social justice for them and the communities in which they live.