Red Cross employees in Ryanham, Massachusetts, working as blood technicians and one phone recruiter, have voted to become members of Local 170.
By a majority vote, 24 mobile blood drive workers at Red Cross in Tulsa, Okla., have voted to become members of Teamsters Local 523.
(FORT WAYNE, Ind.)—American Red Cross mobile-unit and fixed-site staff throughout Indiana and Western Ohio have voted to ratify their first agreement as members of Teamsters Local 414.
(FORT WAYNE, Ind.) – Fort Wayne-area Red Cross workers in the mobile and fixed site blood collection units have selected to be represented by Teamsters Local 414 in a card-check agreement. The count, tallied today, means that the local union has gained 142 bargaining unit members.
Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa addressed 100 attendees, who gathered in Washington, DC at the Red Cross headquarters on January 24, 2017, to review the progress that has been made since 2014 and the challenges ahead.
The Public Services department has issued a survey to all Teamsters employed at Red Cross.
October will mark one year since the National Addendum that addresses wages, benefits and working conditions for Red Cross employees was ratified. As you know, included in the National Addendum is medical coverage provided by TeamCare. As we prepare to sit down with the Red Cross next year to negotiate a successor agreement, we would like your input on your TeamCare benefits.
Red Cross workers all over the country are joining the most powerful union in North America – the Teamsters Union! A majority of organized Red Cross workers are Teamsters because they know workers deserve a strong voice and experienced representation. Join our Red Cross team today!