(NEW YORK) – Teamsters Local 814 announced an agreement with Waldner’s Furniture Environments today that brings to an end to the unfair labor practice dispute that spread across New York City.
A federal judge dismissed one legal challenge to Seattle’s first-in-the-nation law allowing Uber and Lyft drivers to unionize, but another related challenge remains and the law will not begin to go into effect until that lawsuit is settled.
Yesterday morning a group of Teamster furniture movers who have been locked out by Farmingdale-based Waldner’s Business Environments since July 5th, crashed a meeting of the Suffolk County Legislature to protest a politician’s family ties to the union busting company.
The Teamsters Military Assistance Program (TMAP) announces a new partnership between the Teamsters, FirstGroup America and the U.S. Military to create job opportunities for veterans and their spouses
New York Presbyterian Hospital is under fire for taking furniture deliveries from Waldner’s Business Environments amidst a union lockout and terminations of long-time workers. Waldner’s refused to bargain a new contract with Teamsters Local 814 for several months, which the Teamsters call illegal.
Waldner’s Business Environments has locked out its union workers. Waldner’s is one of the largest office furniture companies in the New York City area and has been unionized for over 50 years.
(LINCOLN, R.I.) – Teamster valets at Twin River Casino and Entertainment Center have voted unanimously to authorize a strike.
The Teamsters Union is calling for any federal legislation regarding ‘self-driving’ technology to take into account public safety and the millions of working Americans employed in transportation and related industries.