With the new contract now in effect, part-timers may find the information in this flier helpful. The new agreement contains significant increased start rates and wages for part-timers.
Teamsters Weekly Update, Week Ending May 17, 2019
Workers at First Student School Bus of Irving, TX Join Teamsters Local 745
Teamster Leaders Laud Lifting of U.S. National Security Tariffs
Hoffa: Teens Driving Trucks Interstate Would Jeopardize Safety
Richard Dain, a member of Teamsters Local 662 in Mosinee, Wisconsin, has achieved a tremendous safety milestone as a driver at Holland.
(WASHINGTON) – The Teamsters Union stands in solidarity with thousands of Uber and Lyft drivers who are taking action in protests around the globe to demand fair pay and working conditions.
With major challenges facing workers and the 2020 elections looming, the importance of mobilizing members is more critical than ever, Teamster leaders heard at the annual Unity Conference taking place this week.
By Teamsters General President James P. Hoffa
Published in the Detroit News, May 8, 2019
The Teamsters are long-time advocates of improved job-skills training. So it should come as no surprise that this union wholeheartedly endorses Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s proposal to provide debt-free tuition to both high school graduates as well as older adults interested in beefing up their abilities.
The full contract of the newly ratified National Master UPS Agreement is now available online. Click here to view.