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  1. Hoffa: Election Results Are a Victory for the Concerns of Working Families

  2. Teamsters Ratify Agreement with American Red Cross

  3. Teamsters Local 340 Members at Shaw's Trucking Ratify First Contract

  4. UPS Freight Teamsters Ratify Company's Final Contract Offer

Latest News

  • Arroyo Seeks Reelection in Cook County

    Luis Arroyo Jr. is a lifelong public servant, community activist, Teamster and resident of Chicago who is running for reelection as a Cook County (Chicago) Board Commissioner (8th District). Arroyo worked for the City of Chicago in the Department of Waste Management and was a 20-year member of Local 700.

  • KY Teamster Makes Final Election Push

    One of the first votes Chad McCoy, a Republican state legislator representing Kentucky’s 50th district, made after taking office in 2017 was for so-called Right-to-Work. James DeWeese, a business agent at Teamsters Local 89 in Louisville, isn’t going to let McCoy get away with it.

  • McKesson Corp. said its longtime Chairman and Chief Executive John H. Hammergren will retire next year, capping a 17-year reign in which he helped build one of the country’s largest pharmaceutical wholesalers despite weathering shareholder criticism over his compensation and handling of the opioid crisis.

  • Teamsters Weekly Updates, Ending November 1, 2018

    Check out this week's Weekly Updates on Hoffa's deepest condolences over Synagogue shooting, new waste management members of Local 174, Local 455 Maintenance Controllers ratifying first contract, Teamsters Disaste Relief duo Salt and Pepper, XPO being exposed for worker abuse and more.

  • Episode 172: Getting Out the Vote!

    Listen to the latest edition of the Teamster Nation Podcast and learn how Locals and Joint Councils across the country are motivating their members to get out and vote for pro-worker candidates that will stand up for union rights, better pay, a safer workplace and protected pensions. Plus, celebrating “This Land is Your Land” before Election Day.

  • (WASHINGTON) – Our members at UPS Freight rejected the tentative agreement in a vote on October 5. The Teamsters National UPS Freight Negotiating Committee went back to the table with the company to address member concerns. Unfortunately, the company refused to address a number of key issues for our members. The company presented the negotiating committee with a last, best and final offer on October 24 that our members will vote on beginning November 7 with the results announced on November 11.


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