Several of you from around the system have asked me about the seniority grievance that was just recently arbitrated which would restore company seniority for those S-CAL and S-CMI members who had adjustments made in accordance with their respective agreements for periods of inactive service.
Listen to the latest episode of the Teamster Nation Podcast and learn how the union is organizing workers in the growing cannabis industry in California and across the country. Plus, remembering the Queen of Soul.
(MEDFORD, N.Y.) – After 14 months of negotiations between East End Bus Lines and Teamsters Local 1205, workers at the company have voted by more than a four-to-one margin to ratify their latest contract. The more than 300 school bus drivers, monitors, mechanics and related classifications provide services for the South Country and Longwood School Districts.
In order to assist local unions with meetings this weekend, the tentative agreements for the UPS contract (Master and supplementals) have been posted on UPS Rising.com.
All UPS Freight members are invited to join a teleforum about the tentative agreement on August 22.
(NAPERVILLE, Ill.) – Teamsters Locals 777 and 179 drivers and monitors who work for First Student ratified contracts that contain significant gains in representation, pay and benefits. More than 600 drivers and monitors are covered by the two agreements, and they provide services for Naperville School Districts 131 and 204.
Last week, Teamster Organizers from across the country convened in Minneapolis to share effective campaign tactics, develop successful strategies for scoring decisive organizing victories and plan for the future.
More than 300 members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen (BLET) and their families convened this morning for opening ceremonies of the BLET’s Washington D.C. regional meeting,