Here are the news items of interest to Teamsters for this week, August 4-11, 2017.
Penn State Workers Ratify New Contract
Belmar Mayor Matt Doherty Receives Award of Recognition from Teamsters
Teamsters Local 174 Unfair Labor Practice Strike Poised to Expand
Teamsters, School District of Philadelphia Reach Tentative Agreement
Companies continue to misclassify and engage in wage theft. And the problem is reaching beyond the nation's ports, panelists at Netroots Nation tell attendees.
(WASHINGTON) – The International Brotherhood of Teamsters General Executive Board met in Washington, D.C. yesterday to receive comprehensive briefings on four legislative proposals that address the growing pension crisis that could affect millions of active and retired members across the nation.
Our country’s crippling opioid epidemic has an entire nation searching for answers. Who is fueling the worsening opioid crisis, and what can be done?
(WASHINGTON) – Richard Mark, the Election Supervisor for the Election of International Union Officers, has issued a supplemental decision reaffirming his rejection last February of claims that the IBT violated the Election Rules.
After turning down sub-standard offers and showing their unity by honoring Teamsters Local 848’s extended picket line, Teamsters Local 683 members ratified a contract with Dr. Pepper Snapple Group that includes improvements in wages, pension contributions, healthcare coverage and seniority protections.