The ongoing development of drone technology – or unmanned aerial vehicles – raises important questions and challenges for Teamster members at UPS.
Four illegally fired mechanics at Selland Auto Transport have won their jobs back and will receive $36,000 in back pay thanks to the Teamsters Union fighting on their behalf.
Harassment by management and supervisors is an ongoing problem at UPS hubs around the country. The best defense against harassment is to know the contract language that protects us and to use it – record, report and file grievances.
Wounded military veterans across the country are being helped by the work that iPods for Wounded Veterans provides.
Advances in workplace safety regulations and stricter labor standards for federal government contractors are under attack as lawmakers took to rollback recent pro-labor rules benefiting workers throughout the country, including UPS Teamsters.
Teamsters Rail Conference urges re-nomination of Walt Barrows to Railroad Retirement Board.
Construction workers in Quebec, Canada, went on strike today over recent contract negotiations.
(HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, N.J.) – A group of more than 50 Teamsters and supporters, including state lawmakers and the head of the state AFL-CIO, protested outside the XPO Logistics, Inc. terminal here today and demanded that the company reinstate three fired workers they say were punished for supporting a recent union drive.