(GREENWICH, Conn.) – Today, Teamsters Union members rallied outside XPO’s headquarters to denounce a compensation plan that could provide a windfall stock award for CEO Bradley Jacobs worth $110 million at current stock price levels. Jacobs and the Board didn’t show up to field workers’ and shareholders’ questions and concerns over the incentive pay plan.
XPO Logistics’ CEO Bradley Jacobs is poised to reap a potential $110 million money grab while the company’s employees have to deal with lousy health insurance and no retirement security.
(OAKLAND, Calif.) – Workers at an intermodal rail transportation company in Oakland voted today to form their union as members of Teamsters Local 70 in an effort to achieve a more secure future for themselves and their families.
Drivers, warehouse workers use new Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces executive order to press their case against unscrupulous companies.
The bankruptcy of Hanjin shipping has caused backups and uncertainty for workers at the port of Long Beach.
NPR's Marketplace reports that short-haul port truck drivers in Long Beach and Los Angeles went on strike to protest continued misclassification as independent contractors.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the issue of port truck driver misclassification in New Jersey is currently being debated in the legislature.
Teamsters from across the country are taking part in a National Action handing out leaflets at XPO/Con-way terminals to coincide with actions taking place at the Ports of LA, Long Beach and locations in San Diego as XPO workers are standing united to fight for fairness on the job.