Each year on April 28, unions including the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen (BLET) and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) recognize Workers Memorial Day and remember American workers who were injured or killed in on-the-job accidents.
Shop stewards who represent aircraft mechanics at United Airlines (UA) wrapped up a two-day training last week at IBT headquarters in Washington, D.C.
General President Hoffa and Airline Division Director David Borne recently met with Sergeant Major of the Army, Senior Enlisted Member of the U.S. Army, Daniel Dailey and Mrs. Holly Dailey.
On April 28, workers and their unions throughout the world will pause to remember the thousands of persons killed and the millions injured in the workplace over the past year.
Campaign Workers Are Now Teamster Strong!: Like many working men and women in the U.S. the staff of political campaigns and state parties experience pressures on the job and like all workers in America, these campaign staffers deserve to have a strong voice on the job. The Teamsters Union has a proven record when it comes to delivering on strong contracts for all of our members. The Teamster are proud to welcome our newest members – the Teamster Campaign Workers.
The Teamsters Union, and trade unionists around the world, recognize April 28 as Workers' Memorial Day — an international day of remembrance and action for workers killed, disabled, injured or made ill by their work.
We are currently living at a critical juncture in American history. Income inequality is at an all-time high.
There were hugs, cheers and smiles all around the night that the votes were counted, and registered nurses with St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston, Idaho, found out they were officially Teamsters.