The trucking industry is again pushing Congress to allow bigger and heavier trucks with overworked drivers behind the wheel onto the country’s roads.
Last week, leaders from eight national unions met with representatives from American Red Cross in Washington, D.C. and reached an agreement to formally enter into national negotiations.
The victory in Los Angeles for a $15 minimum wage could be the pivotal moment that living wage supporters have been waiting for to spur the movement.
(HOUSTON) — Longtime employees and Teamsters Local 727 representatives on May 13 called out funeral industry giant Service Corporation International’s poor business practices and called on its Board of Directors to take action during the company’s annual shareholders meeting in Houston.
The complaint, filed Friday in U.S. District Court, claims that the legislation gives a competitive advantage to companies such as Uber, Lyft and Sidecar over taxicab services.
Here are today's top news stories of interest to Teamsters for May 26, 2015.