Listen to the latest episode of the Teamster Nation Podcast and learn how Teamster women are using union power to earn more, learn more and lead more on the job. Plus rocker Joan Jett tells women to stand up for themselves, even if it gives them a “Bad Reputation.”
Listen to the latest edition of the Teamster Nation Podcast, and learn how Teamsters joined with their union brethren in Missouri to beat back an effort to enact right to work in the Show Me State. Plus, the real meaning behind Merle Travis’ “Sixteen Tons”.
Listen to the latest episode of Teamster Nation News and learn how the Teamsters are spending their summer fighting for pension reform that will protect the retirement security of hundreds of thousands of workers and retirees.
In a post-Janus world, the Teamsters aren’t backing down. Hear how the union is beefing up its membership despite the recent Supreme Court ruling that curbed the ability of workers to join together and bargain on the job.
Couldn’t make it to Unity? Listen to the latest Teamster Nation Podcast about how nearly 2,000 Teamster brothers and sisters came together to gain inspiration from one another and advance a message in organizing and politics that puts hardworking Americans first!
Learn how the Teamsters joined with Sysco workers in South Florida to flex their muscles to management at the companies, resulting in two organizing victories. Plus, rapper Common puts a 21st century spin on the words and importance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during a celebration of the civil rights icon.
Getting the lowdown on a new joint select congressional panel that holds the future of the Teamsters’ years-long effort to secure the retirements of hundreds of thousands of its members in its hands, and how retirees and workers can help. Plus, how a critically-acclaimed rock band sprung from Teamster security guard jobs at a New York City museum.
This episode looks at what Martin Luther King, Jr. meant to the Teamsters, past and present. It examines the union’s long-standing devotion to equality and justice in the workplace, and how those decades-long efforts are being translated into the modern working world where corporations are trying to tamp down on collective bargaining rights and with it the wages and working conditions of those on the job.