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Victory in San Bernardino

An overwhelming majority of Teamsters voted this week to ratify a new four-year contract with the County of San Bernardino in California. After nearly a year of bargaining, Local 1932 was able to secure a strong contract with significant increases in take-home pay for County workers.

The increases in take-home pay are based on fair across-the-board raises, substantial improvements to employer contributions in health insurance premiums, and merit advancement reform that will help members progress through steps in half as much time as before. The contract covers 11,000 members.

Crestwood Police Officers Ratify Strong Teamster Contract

(CRESTWOOD, Mo.) – Police officers with the Crestwood Police Department have voted unanimously to ratify their first Teamster contract. The 20 police officers, who are members of Local 610, are the first group of Teamster-represented officers in Missouri.  

“After a lengthy negotiation and a 100 percent ‘yes’ ratification vote, we finally did it,” said Jeff Hall, President of Local 610. “I’m so proud of the officers of Crestwood and the tenacity they showed by sticking together. I’m honored to represent the heroes who serve and protect the citizens of the ‘Show Me’ state.”   

Teamsters Local 320 Builds Public Sector Power with Back-to-Back Organizing Victories

Teamsters Local 320 successfully organized two new bargaining units: Zumbrota Public Works and Tri-County Probation. The Zumbrota workers provide wastewater treatment and a number of other vital services to the City of Zumbrota, Minn. The Tri-County Probation Officers provide supervision and rehabilitation for criminal defendants for Norman, Polk, and Red Lake counties in Northwestern Minnesota.

Teamsters, AFGE and NFFE members rallying outside of OPM headquarters

Teamsters Stand in Solidarity with AFGE, NFFE in Protesting Proposed OPM Shutdown

Yesterday a coalition of union members from the Teamsters, the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) and others held a rally in Washington, D.C. to protest a proposal by the White House to shut down the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and merge it with the General Services Administration (GSA).

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