Port truck drivers are calling on Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti to take action.
In times when those in power are against workers, it's more essential than ever for hardworking Americans to stand up for themselves by joining a union.
As an industry push to put self-driving trucks on the road takes place, the Teamsters Union is standing strong for workers and highway safety. Read more about the issue in this Detroit News piece.
At Minnesota's St. Paul Public Schools, 300 workers work hard each day feeding 39,000 kids. It’s not an easy job, but these nutrition service workers love what they do. Many have memorized thousands of kids’ names and which kids have which food allergy. It’s a population where 72 percent of the kids are eligible for free or reduced-rate lunches and some receive three free meals a day to ensure they get enough to eat.
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U.S. shareholder activists are addressing a soaring death toll from opioid drug abuse, asking companies that make and distribute the painkillers to review the risks their businesses could face from their role in the sector.
In a big victory against “right to work for less,” 100 percent of the ABF Freight System bargaining unit members at the Memphis, Tennessee terminal have signed up as members of Teamsters Local 667.
USA Today: Shell Games - How trucking companies that cheat drivers dodge penalties.