In a near unanimous vote, Sysco warehouse workers and drivers who are members of Teamsters Local 769 in Miami have ratified their first contracts.
(WASHINGTON) – Teamster representatives have reached a significant agreement with US Foods and Safeway-Albertsons in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new, temporary agreement will allow members of Teamsters Local 455, Local 690, Local 174 and Joint Council 28 to continue working through the public health crisis and serve as a template for other locals across the country.
As one of the largest divisions in the Teamsters Union, the Warehouse Division has been working with our local unions in the Grocery and Broadline industries during the coronavirus outbreak.
(MONROE, Mich.) – Teamsters who work at Sysco’s Sygma distribution facility in Monroe went on strike yesterday to protest the company’s violation of U.S. labor laws that protect workers’ rights.
(HOUSTON) – After 10 months of negotiations, Sysco drivers and warehouse workers voted to ratify a new five-year contract by an over 4-1 margin on Thursday, December 19. This ended a period of six months that they continued diligently working even after their previous contract expired in June.
(HAMPTON ROADS, Va.) – By a nearly 3-1 margin, Sysco warehouse workers voted for Teamsters Local 822 representation on Dec. 19, the fourth Teamster election win in the past several months at the nation’s largest broadline foodservice provider. Drivers at this same location won their election in late August. Sysco South Florida workers in Miami and workers at Sysco-Sygma Kansas City also won their election in August.
Members of Teamsters Local 455 in Denver ratified their strongest contract ever on Friday, Nov. 29, on day 11 of a strike that shut down the company's food service operations throughout Colorado.
Teamsters Local 455 Sysco members rejected a third company offer Wednesday, Day 10 of a strike that has crippled Sysco's service to restaurants and other institutions throughout Colorado.