Attention all Red Cross workers. The National Bargaining Team for the Coalition of Red Cross Unions needs your input for an important survey.
At the national bargaining session held June 5-7, the Union Coalition ended negotiations with ARC Management after another week of no real progress.
Bargaining team members from the Coalition of Red Cross Unions spent three full days last week (our second three-day session) to discuss our national proposals to Red Cross to improve worker and donor safety, improve worker retention, decrease workforce turnover, and improve employees’ work-life balance.
Bargaining team members from the Coalition of Red Cross Unions presented proposals to American Red Cross management during the week of May 14.
(ROCKY MOUNT, NC) —Workers at Cummins’ Rocky Mount Engine Plant in Whitakers, North Carolina, wore “Cummins Workers Want Fairness” stickers last week to protest the company’s high-deductible health plan, as the diesel engine manufacturer held its annual shareholders meeting in Indianapolis on Tuesday, May 8.
Members from local unions representing Red Cross workers met this week at the Teamster headquarters to begin work on the negotiations for the Naitonal Addendum agreement.
(WHITAKERS, N.C.) – Cummins workers and their union representatives participated in the annual Whitakers MLK Day March and other Martin Luther King Jr. commemorations last weekend to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and to demand that Cummins stop medical discrimination against workers in its Rocky Mount plant and much of its U.S. workforce.
By a majority vote, 24 mobile blood drive workers at Red Cross in Tulsa, Okla., have voted to become members of Teamsters Local 523.