TeamCAN lets at-risk youth experience history, view educational opportunities firsthand.
Read the Teamsters Weekly Update! Learn about our union's response to the Supreme Court's ruling rolling back public sector union rights and how Teamsters are fighting back; California Teamsters oppose Public Employee Pension Transparency Act; Coca-Cola Beverages Florida workers join Teamsters Local 769; intermodal transportation workers in California ratify first Teamsters contract; WV Justices who take advantage of public funds should resign, Ken Hall writes; Ohio Teamster Republic Services workers ratify first contract with company; Teamsters at Impark celebrate new four-year contract; Dr Pepper employee targets black Teamsters Local 727 members on ULP strike.
With a decision in the "Janus" case due any day, working Americans let it be known they support the labor movement.
Read the Teamsters Weekly Update! Find out about the union’s work in raising awareness about gender discrimination and sexual harassment at XPO; Joining in solidarity with Teamsters Canada on trade issues; President Hoffa pledging unity with the UAW; Greece Central (N.Y.) Teamsters agreeing to a new four-year deal; Philly school, city leaders joining with Teamster school administrators to call out school violence; Teamsters and other unions challenging anti-worker Presidential Executive Orders; and African immigrants calling for justice in the death of NYC trash hauler.
(WASHINGTON) – International Brotherhood of Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa today addressed the 1,100 delegates at the United Auto Workers (UAW) 37th Constitutional Convention at the Cobo Center in Detroit.
“There is no greater solidarity than that between the Teamsters and the UAW,” Hoffa said. “Next year is a pivotal moment for the UAW as you head into negotiations with the Big 3. I am here to tell you that the 1.4 million members of the Teamsters Union will be there to stand shoulder to shoulder with you.”
Gorsuch writes opinion in ruling that ends decades of precendent.
Low-income workers are more likely to lose their job or leave the workforce than they are to make it into the middle class, a new report says. Lawmakers need to find solutions now!
Union leaders say it's time for a permanent infrastructure solution for the city's water crisis.