WBUR speaks with NY Times reporters Natalie Kitroeff and Jessica Silver-Greenberg about their investigation into the discrimination of pregnant workers by employers like XPO Logistics denying accommodations, forcing them to continue to do heavy working, leading to miscarriages.
Two weeks after Hurricane Michael made landfall in the Florida Panhandle, the camera crews from the media might have left, but the Teamsters haven’t.
Last week, Teamsters travelled throughout the Florida Panhandle distributing much-needed supplies to victims of Hurricane Michael. This week, the Teamsters have been continuing that mission, while also helping residents get back into their homes and rebuild their lives.
(TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) – Following the devastation of Hurricane Michael, Teamsters Joint Council 75 is working the Florida AFL-CIO, the American Red Cross and a variety of other organizations to assist union members and their communities with rebuilding after the storm hit the Florida Panhandle.
An article in North American Oil and Gas Pipelines focuses on the challenges facing job growth in the pipeline construction industry.
In a disturbing new investigation published this weekend, the New YorkTimes spoke to several women who suffered pregnancy losses while working physically demanding jobs.
Women in strenuous jobs lost their pregnancies after employers denied their requests for light duty, even ignoring doctors’ notes, an investigation by The New York Times has found.
Anheuser-Busch and International Brotherhood of Teamsters began national bargaining last week.
Teamsters stand united against Proposition 6 in California, which would eliminate funding for more than 6,500 bridge and road safety, transportation and public transit improvement projects currently under way.