(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif) – Teamsters employed as auditors, cashiers and office personnel have voted unanimously to reject a final contract offer from the parking facility operator at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO).
(WASHINGTON) – The Teamsters Union fully supports the Stop Subsidizing Multimillion Dollar Corporate Bonuses Act as an important step toward ensuring corporations pay their fair share in taxes and curbing the trend of excessive executive pay.
(WASHINGTON) – Kentucky Republican state lawmakers pushed through three bills this weekend designed to attack working families by driving down wages and weakening labor unions. Gov. Matt Bevin has already signed the bills into law. The Republican majority in both chambers made these destructive bills a top priority, holding a rare weekend session to push through the controversial legislation while hundreds of working men and women protested in the statehouse.
Over 600 UCLA skilled trades workers began a five-day strike today in protest of the University’s numerous violations of state labor law and unfair labor practices.
(WASHINGTON) – The following is a statement from Teamsters General President James P. Hoffa on the nomination of Robert Lighthizer for USTR by President-elect Donald Trump.
Teamsters who deliver O’Reilly Auto Parts to the company’s retail outlets across Minnesota, voted unanimously to walk off the job if the company does not abandon contract demands that will drive down living standards and create unnecessary safety risks.
(WASHINGTON) -- Today, the Teamsters Union hosted a call for Western Refining [NYSE: WNR] investors and industry analysts discussing the fragile state of contract negotiations between company management and 185 operators and maintenance staff at the company’s St. Paul Park, MN refinery represented by Teamsters Local 120. The refinery workers recently voted unanimously 148-0 to strike if a fair agreement cannot be reached at the bargaining table. The current collective bargaining agreement expires midnight on Dec. 31; a work stoppage could commence at that time.
(NEW YORK) – Financial aid advisors, student success advisors, lab supervisors, program administrators, making center technicians and IT support staff at the New School voted on Nov. 30 to join the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. There are 123 members in the bargaining unit.