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Listen to Teamster Nation News for Jan. 4-10.
Global Unions Unite to Condemn $110M XPO Stock Award; Cargo Airline Pilots Say They Don’t Have Enough Staff to Meet Client Needs; Hoffa Says Continuing Resolution is Disappointing; Contract News; Organizing News; This Week in Teamster Music; North Carolina Governor’s Defeat is Win for Moral Mondays
Listen to Teamster Nation News for Dec. 7-13.
UPS Airline Maintenance Technicians Seek Injunctive Relief; Local 120 Members Out of Work After Trucking Company Shutters; Texas Judges Block Overtime, Persuader Rules; Contract News; This Week in Teamster Music; Fair Wage Fight Stretches Across U.S.
Hoffa, Hall Prevail in IBT Election; Skilled Trades Workers at UCLA, UCSD Strike over Labor Law Violations; Teamsters Join Sanders, DeLauro in Celebrating TPP’s Demise; Hall Demands McKesson Pull Incentive Pay from CEO; Cummins Workers Educate Public on Poor Treatment; This Week in Teamster Music; Election Results Rekindle RTW Ruse
Hoffa Congratulates Trump on White House Victory; UPS Airline Technicians Authorize Strike; Mass. Warehouse Workers Locked Out by Company; Organizing News; This Week in Teamster Music; TPP’s End is Near Thanks to Workers
NLRB Dismisses XPO Objections Against Illinois Union Election; Hall Files Complaint Against W.Va. RTW Committee; Cal Teamsters Join Lyft Drivers in Filing Objections to Settlement; Kalitta Air Reneges on Tentative Agreement; Teamster Membership of Boston Parking Workers Reaches 70 Percent; Organizing News; This Week in Teamster Music; TPP Could Cause Another Forced Migration to U.S.
Teamsters Are Revving Up Efforts to Get Candidates Elected; Motion for Contempt, Injunctive Relief Against Flexjet, Flight Options; IBT Asks Board to Probe Air Transport Services Group; Local 727 Calls Out Cook County Soda Tax Proposal; Organizing News; This Week in Teamster Music; A Better Way Forward Requires Showing Up to Vote