(TUKWILA, Wash.)—Yesterday morning, 23 Airgas drivers in the Seattle area voted to become members of Teamsters Local 174. The group of drivers, who perform a wide variety of services including everything from delivering essential gases to hospitals to keeping soda fountains running with deliveries of liquid CO2, will join over 700 other Airgas employees across the country as members of the Teamsters Union.
School Bus Drivers File Wage Theft Claims Against Durham School Services
Teamsters Applaud Inclusion of Labor Provision in New FAA Reauthorization Bill
West Virginia, Ohio Teamsters Seek Accountability for Deadly Opioid Crisis
Taxi Drivers At Seattle Airport Protest "Pay To Work" Scam
After months of negotiations, members of Local 997 in Ft. Worth, Texas, now have a new contract with MillerCoors brewing company.
(CARSON, Calif.) – Teamsters Local 572 Business Agent Tait Skifstrom recently received the George Meany Award from the Boy Scouts of America. The prestigious award is a national recognition that is given to adult union members who have made a significant contribution to the youth of their community through scouting.
Union holds House, Senate briefings with staffers to brief them on Butch Lewis Act.
Members of Local 117 in Seattle protested at the Sea-Tac airport yesterday protesting again
(CLEVELAND) – A lawsuit filed late yesterday in Cleveland, Ohio on behalf of Teamsters’ Health and Welfare Funds in West Virginia and Ohio demands accountability for the opioid crisis and the toll it has taken on Teamsters and their health and welfare funds.