Legislative Representatives of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen (BLET) met at Teamsters headquarters in Washington this week.
A federal court has denied XPO/Con-way’s efforts to set aside the workers’ decision to form their union as Teamsters, which means the company needs to recognize the Teamsters as the workers’ bargaining representative.
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A three-judge panel for the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday that Amerijet must follow a district court order to arbitrate labor disputes with Teamsters who are temporarily based in the Caribbean.
The BLET has reached a tentative agreement with the Wheeling and Lake Erie railroad covering engineers and trainmen.
(REDDING, Calif.) –– Drivers at Waste Management, Inc. in Redding, California voted unanimously to ratify their first contract. The Teamster members, who are represented by Local 137, obtained the contract after a year of negotiating, following a two-to-one election victory on August 28, 2016. There are 22 drivers in the bargaining unit.
The Teamsters National Automobile Transporters Industry Negotiating Committee (TNATINC) will meet in the near future to discuss options after members voted to not ratify a national agreement and one of the three supplements.
Teamsters Local 2010 Secretary-Treasurer Jason Rabinowitz talks with radio host Leslie Marshall about the Teamsters' fight for a fair contract at the University of California.