The Brewery and Soft Drink Workers Conference will be negotiating a new contract with Anheuser-Busch in 2018-2019. Workers at all 12 U.S. breweries of Anheuser-Busch are represented by Teamster local unions that are part of the Teamsters Brewery and Soft Drink Workers Conference.
Anheuser-Busch and International Brotherhood of Teamsters began national bargaining last week.
Anheuser-Busch and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters have agreed to a schedule for brewery labor negotiations, with meetings beginning in mid-October.
(SAN DIEGO, Calif.) – After six months of negotiations, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company drivers, merchandisers and warehouse workers represented by Teamsters Local 683 have voted to ratify their newest collective bargaining agreement with the company by more than an 80 percent margin.
(ATLANTA) – Teamsters Union-represented Coca-Cola workers and their union representatives joined an international delegation of Coca-Cola [NYSE: KO] workers today to protest Coke’s Human Rights Forum at the company’s global headquarters in Atlanta. Coke workers and their representatives protested the company’s ongoing human rights violations around the world.
ST. LOUIS – This year’s Labor Day parade took on added significance in this Mississippi River city that serves as the nation’s gateway to the West after Missouri voters overwhelmingly defeated a ballot measure last month to enact so-called right to work (RTW) in the state. And the hundreds of Teamsters on hand yesterday were relishing every moment.
(MOBILE, AL) – On Thursday, Aug. 9, employees at Coca-Cola United in Mobile walked off the job to protest the company’s behavior during contract negotiations.
The 275 drivers, salespersons, merchandisers, clerks and mechanics are members of Teamsters Local 991. The workers suspended their picketing and went back to work at 5 a.m. today.
(PHOENIX)—Warehouse workers and checkers who work at Swire Coca-Cola have voted to ratify a first-time, three-year agreement. The workers, who are represented by Teamsters Local 104, voted 97 percent in favor of the contract.