The Teamsters Union is a private organization that has changed and improved under government supervision. Now that the union has met its obligations to its members, it will return to its rightful place as a privately operated enterprise.
After successfully deciding to bailout out the auto industry in order to save thousands of jobs, it makes no sense for the administration to back bad trade deals that will just ship more jobs overseas.
The Teamsters are strong and ready to continue the fight in 2015!
America needs more good-paying jobs. Building a pipeline from Nebraska to Canada would create them in places that need them the most.
Now is not the time for the public to let their guards down when it comes to fast-track trade promotion. Whether Congress decides to take it up this month or next year, it is still a raw deal for workers.
McKesson Corp. is a making billions supplying medicines to the Department of Veteran's Affairs. But it doesn't pay enough to allow the veterans it employs to get health insurance.
For more than a century -- from World Wars I and II to Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf and, most recently, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan -- the Teamsters have proudly welcomed our fighting men and women home and back to work. And on this Veteran’s Day, the Teamsters Union wants all of our veterans to know how thankful we are for your service to our nation.
Election Day is the one time each year where everyone's opinion is of equal weight. Workers can't afford to allow the big business to dictate the future of this country.