There are only two bakery factories in the U.S. that make and bake the famous girl scout cookies—the Interbake Foods bakery in North Sioux City, S.D. and the Little Brownie Bakers bakery in Louisville, Ky.—and Teamster members work at both.
Rabinowitz and Bugbee Appointed to Key Leadership Positions
Hoffa, Teamsters Call on Congress to Reopen Government
Teamsters/Costco Bargaining Update For January 18, 2019
In Gesture of Solidarity, Teamsters Local 357 Delivers Lunch to Air Traffic Controllers
Teamsters across the country will honor the legacy of civil rights and labor leader Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan. 21, 2019.
Check out the Teamsters Weekly Update for this week: A-B contract proposal, Rabinowitz and Bugbee appointed leadership positions, US Supreme Court ruling, Port truck drivers awarded nearly $6 million, Teamsters applaud bipartisan house pension reform bill, Teamsters Joint Council 7 endorsement of London Breed for Mayor, Southwest Airlines Material specialists tentative agreement reached and more.
(WASHINGTON) – International Brotherhood of Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa has appointed Jason Rabinowitz as director of the Teamsters Public Services Division and Nina Bugbee as director of a newly created Health Care Division and director of the Women’s Conference.
(INDIANAPOLIS) – Yesterday, as a gesture of union solidarity, members of the Teamsters Local 357 Executive Board led a group of Teamsters employed by Republic Airline on a visit to the Indianapolis International Airport Terminal Radar Approach Control Facilities (TRACON) to bring lunch to air traffic controllers. The air traffic controllers, who have been working without pay due to the government shutdown, are members of the National Air Traffic Controllers Association.
Negotiations with Costco have concluded for the week. The Teamsters Bargaining Committee continues to make progress concerning the open language issue.