On their fourth week of manning the strike lines at the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Courthouse, striking Probation Officers and Youth Counselors have received some much needed financial support for health care payments from Teamsters Joint Council 25.
Teamsters local 792 has ended their strike against J.J. Taylor, the beer distributor in Minneapolis.
The Teamsters National UPS Negotiating Committee received UPS’ initial economic proposal this week, and the union will be responding during the next round of negotiations.
Uber is ending its self-driving car program in Arizona, months after a fatal crash took the life of a pedestrian.
Eight current and former workers at a Memphis warehouse operated by the global supply firm XPO Logistics said they were subjected to sexual harassment and retaliated against for filing claims against their supervisors, prompting an investigation by Verizon, which contracts the facility.
The women accused nine different supervisors by name. Two of the women said they were retaliated against for making harassment claims, according to complaints filed with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
Self-driving cars are scaring more Americans than they used to. More people now say they would not ride in a fully autonomous car than those surveyed in late 2017, according to AAA.
Teamsters Joint Council 16 provides free Commercial Driver’s License classes for Teamster members. The free classes cover tractor trailer and Commercial Driver’s License A or License B. Register, here.
Sixty-five Vancouver International Airport-based limousine drivers employed at Aerocar Service Ltd., Highend Limousine Ltd., 0935143 B.C. Ltd, and 632226 B.C. Ltd. voted unanimously earlier this month in favor of ratifying their first collective agreement.
The bargaining committee endured many employer obstacles, including unfair labor practices, but in true Teamsters fashion, Local 31 stayed the course and gained more support from our brothers as time carried on.