Corporate America is finding ways to saddle workers with lower salaries and no benefits so they can make even higher profits. That's not a model for success in the U.S.
Teamsters, unions join workers to crush Delaware county's effort to enact right to work is wrong.
NUEVO LAREDO, Mexico — Raúl García Miranda wants Carlos Flores’s job. Mr. Flores doesn’t think he deserves it.
The two men haul goods that travel from Mexico into the United States. Both come from a Mexican border town infested with drug cartels. But Mr. Flores got out.
He became a United States citizen, giving him the right to drive through the American heartland and earn good money delivering washing machines and broccoli sent from Mexico. Mr. Miranda, a Mexican national, doesn’t have that option. He can make only short trips, back and forth across the border, from a lot on the southern side to truck lots 24 miles to the north.
Service employees of Minnesota Teamsters Local 320 are in final-hour contract talks with the University of Minnesota, and union leaders say they will encourage members to vote down any contract offer that does not meet salary demands.
Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer has filed lawsuits against three leading port trucking companies, all owned by NFI Industries.
With more than 85 percent of the bargaining unit participating in the election, drivers and monitors at Durham School Services in Wright City, Mo. have voted overwhelmingly to join Teamsters Local 610.