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(BALTIMORE) – Today, a district court judge approved a $1.25 million settlement that Baltimore City school bus drivers and attendants reached with their employer, Durham School Services. The settlement covers damages for 372 class members over unpaid wages dating back to 2010.
Charleston's ABC station reports on school bus safety concerns. Teamster drivers spoke out at Monday night's Charleston County School Board meeting with those concerns.
Durham School Services school bus drivers speak with NBC-TV in Savannah, Ga., about their safety concerns. The school bus drivers, members of Teamsters Local 509, join workers in Charleston, S.C. in speaking out.
(Charleston, S.C.) – Teamster school bus drivers were joined by parents, community, political and faith leaders, as well as representatives from Teamsters Local 509, at Monday night’s Charleston County School Board meeting. They raised safety and service concerns with Durham School Services, the transportation contractor for Charleston County schools.
(LONDON) – Shareholders in National Express Group PLC (NEX: LN) have submitted a shareholder proposal to the company, calling on the Board of Directors of the U.K.-listed multinational transport corporation to improve oversight and increase transparency concerning the company’s human capital management policies and practices.
More than 350 Baltimore-area bus drivers are preparing to celebrate victory in a $1.25 million wage theft case against Durham School Services, an Illinois-based bus-contracting company with operations across much of the country.
Teamsters Local 174 has reached an agreement with First Student covering more than 450 school bus drivers who transport K-12 students for the Seattle School District.