February marks Black History Month, a time to reflect upon and celebrate the contributions black Americans have made to society. It’s also a time to remember the importance of the labor movement to black history.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will hear the beverage tax case.
The Teamsters Union and DHL Express have reached a tentative, five-year contract agreement and leaders of local unions will meet next week to review the proposal.
A free job fair will be held on February 2 and 3 at the Local 175 union hall for construction truck driving jobs (applicants must already have a CDL).
They thought they were the lucky ones — truck drivers and warehouse workers who counted themselves among the dwindling number of Americans still guaranteed a private pension.
But that promise of a monthly check, once considered ironclad, is now in doubt for more than a million retirees and older workers nationwide, including tens of thousands in Massachusetts and neighboring states. Their underfunded pension plans are creeping toward insolvency, putting benefits they earned over the course of a career at risk of being cut or even eliminated.
Denver Teamsters Local 17 intervened on behalf of Department of Motor Vehicle employees and gained new members and backpay for the employees.
If you’re wondering why Americans are angry at Wall Street and Washington, just look at Bank of America.
If you don’t have propane you don’t have hi-los, and if you don’t have hi-los you don’t have an auto show, and 100 hi-los were gasping for fuel at Cobo Center and where the heck were the replacement tanks?