Korean railway workers who went on strike December 9 are facing fierce retaliation.
(WASHINGTON) –– A five-year employee at the McKesson (NYSE: MCK) distribution center in Duluth, Ga., was interrogated by a supervisor for more than an hour without a witness and suspended, after he dressed up as McKesson CEO John Hammergren at a company costume party. A recording of the interrogation can be found here (http://bit.ly/1kpFhQi).
A man who dressed up as his boss at a company Halloween party tells Salon the stunt got him interrogated and suspended for four days – and he has a tape recording to back him up.
Here are today's top news stories of interest to Teamsters for December 20, 2013.
(Washington, D.C.) –Due to the strength and unity of the Washington, D.C. Taxi Operators Association, affiliated with Teamsters Local 922, the Washington, D.C. government has extended the passenger-console deadline from Dec. 1, 2013 to Jan. 15, 2014.
(TRACY, CA) – Today, Teamster members and fired Taylor Farms workers launched a one-day Unfair Labor Practice strike in protest against gross workers’ rights violations being committed by Taylor Farms at its facilities in Tracy, Calif. Community allies, faith leaders and supporters joined Teamsters and workers on picket lines and for a morning rally which was attended by California Assemblymember Roger Hernandez and Stockton, Calif., Mayor Anthony Silva.