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.
After nearly a week of picketing, workers to end strike by parading through the streets to bring further attention to misclassification issue.
The annual Essay Contest for college students, who are the sons or daughters of Teamsters, is now accepting applications.
Labor activists seeking to unionize truck drivers are targeting
which acquired large fleets in the U.S. and Europe last year.
Employees demand discussions with CEO to address serious issues by holding a rally outside of XPO Logistics shareholder meeting in Greenwich, Connecticut.
XPO is hurting workers in the U.S. and abroad.
(GREENWICH, Conn.) – Today, XPO workers from the United States and Europe, along with union leaders, gathered outside the XPO Logistics shareholder meeting to call for CEO Bradley Jacobs to meet with them to address a laundry list of serious concerns.