Here are today's top news stories of interest to Teamsters for April 30, 2015.
(Orlando, Fla.)—A federal arbitrator has ruled in favor of three character performers who were fired from Disney's Animal Kingdom for refusing to wear unsanitary costumes, the Teamsters Union announced Monday. The ruling, issued April 26, orders Walt Disney World to reinstate full-time employees Drew Pearson, Matthew Warfield and Raymond “Doug” Biederman.
SoCal Port Truck Drivers Go Back Out On Strike; Congressional Committees Side with Corporations On Fast Track; D.C. Low-Wage Contract Workers Demand A Raise.
(WASHINGTON) – ISS, the top proxy voting advisor, has recommended shareholders vote for a proposal submitted for consideration at the May 6 National Express Group plc (NEX) Annual General Meeting that calls for the board to hire an independent agent with the expertise to investigate workers’ rights and labor violation claims at the company’s U.S. school bus subsidiary -- Durham School Services.
Here are today's top news stories of interest to Teamsters for April 29, 2015.
Coca-Cola workers in Southern California have ratified two contracts covering about 1,400 Teamsters that increase wages and pension benefits.