(WASHINGTON) – Today, International Brotherhood of Teamsters Joint Council 7 in Northern California announced the establishment of the “All Charities Teamsters Memorial for W. Chan/M. Lefiti/B. Louie” fund to help raise money for the families of the victims of the June 14 tragedy at the San Francisco UPS facility that resulted in the deaths of three members at the hand of their fellow driver.
The following is a statement from Teamsters General President James P. Hoffa on the tragic shooting that occurred today at a UPS facility in San Francisco.
Workers at DHL NH LLC had enough of management abuse and voted overwhelming to join Teamsters Local 251 in East Providence, Rhode Island on June 7.
Across the table from UPS management, Teamsters Local 396 representatives took the company to task on its recent schemes to take work away from Teamster drivers in Southern California.
The ongoing development of drone technology – or unmanned aerial vehicles – raises important questions and challenges for Teamster members at UPS.
Harassment by management and supervisors is an ongoing problem at UPS hubs around the country. The best defense against harassment is to know the contract language that protects us and to use it – record, report and file grievances.
Wounded military veterans across the country are being helped by the work that iPods for Wounded Veterans provides.
Advances in workplace safety regulations and stricter labor standards for federal government contractors are under attack as lawmakers took to rollback recent pro-labor rules benefiting workers throughout the country, including UPS Teamsters.