(Concord, Calif.) — This week, Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County staff officially formed a union with Teamsters 856.
After a weeklong strike, the Teamsters and Canadian National (CN) have reached a tentative agreement to renew the collective agreement for over 3,000 conductors, trainpersons and yard workers in Canada.
Teamsters were busy following candidates across the early states in the lead-up to the Thanksgiving holiday, with visits in Georgia, Iowa, Nevada and New Hampshire. As usual, members kept presidential contenders on their toes by pushing for commitments on issues that workers across the country care about most.
Teamsters Local 455 Sysco members rejected a third company offer Wednesday, Day 10 of a strike that has crippled Sysco's service to restaurants and other institutions throughout Colorado.
Once again, XPO’s law-breaking is resulting in a new election, this time in Rockaway, NJ.
Years of negotiations with XPO Logistics Europe management finally resulted in an agreement to establish a European Works Council (EWC), reached on Oct. 31, 2019. This is a huge step towards the improvement of workers’ rights at XPO, a company known for its discriminatory practices and other forms of workplace rights violations.