(COLUMBUS, Ohio) – NetJets aircraft technicians and related employees represented by the Teamsters Airline Division and Teamsters Local 284 have launched a multi-location informational picketing campaign to publicize their dispute over the company’s refusal to pay industry standard wages and massive levels of subcontracting of aircraft maintenance. Informational picketing began today at Don Scott Airport at Ohio State University in Columbus.
(GREENWICH, Conn.) – XPO Logistics, Inc. board members faced a growing tide of discontent at their annual shareholder meeting today led by the company’s own workers, the Teamsters and European union leaders who called out the global logistics giant for its excessive executive pay practices
(COLUMBUS, Ind.) – A delegation of Teamsters from West Virginia drove to Cummins Inc.’s [NYSE: CMI] shareholders meeting in Columbus today and demanded an end to Cummins’ high-deductible health plans that force families to pay $6,000 in annual deductibles before the plans even start covering workers and their families. They were joined by members of Teamsters Local 135.
(LANCASTER, Calif.) – Since March 2017, Teamsters Local 848 bus drivers who are jointly employed by the Antelope Valley Transit Authority (AVTA) and their contractor Transdev have conducted Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) strikes to protest their employers’ flagrant and continued disregard for U.S. labor laws.
(WASHINGTON)—NetJets safety workers and their supporters are picketing and distributing handbills this weekend, May 5 through May 7, as part of an effort to publicize a six-year long labor dispute with the Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A and BRK.B) owned private jet company.
(WASHINGTON) –The Teamsters Union opposes the American Health Care Act (AHCA) which was passed by the House of Representatives today. The legislation’s wholesale changes to the current system leaves working families footing the bill for corporate tax breaks while paving a path to the elimination of even basic health care for the millions of American families that need it the most.
UPS employees and Teamster Union leaders gathered this morning outside the package giant’s annual shareholder meeting to demand lobbying disclosures and accountability at the company.
(SAN FRANCISCO) – San Francisco commuter shuttle drivers for Chariot, a jitney service owned by Ford Motor Company, chose Teamsters representation today via card-check agreement.