(SAN FRANCISCO) – Teamsters Joint Council 7, which represents more than 1,000 shuttle bus drivers who work for the world’s wealthiest tech companies, is calling on Apple and Tesla to ensure that its contracted drivers are protected during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Teamster drivers with Bauer’s Intelligent Transportation held a one-day action on Thursday at Pier 50 in San Francisco. Teamsters Local 665 members have been fighting for a contract since September that will provide the same fair pay, benefits and retirement that all other tech drivers in the city receive.
(SAN FRANCISCO) – Workers for e-scooter company Spin joined Teamsters Local 665 today via card check agreement, becoming the first e-scooter workers to organize in San Francisco.
(SEATTLE) – Teamsters Local 117 has achieved a significant victory in the fight to bring workers in the gig economy a voice on the job. The Seattle-based local led the way in helping to pass a new law this November that will institute a first-ever grievance procedure for the City’s more than 30,000 Uber and Lyft drivers.
(WASHINGTON) – The Teamsters Union stands in solidarity with thousands of Uber and Lyft drivers who are taking action in protests around the globe to demand fair pay and working conditions.
(TUKWILA, Wash.) – Seattle-area drivers employed by Chariot, a micro-transit service owned by Ford Smart Mobility LLC, have chosen to join Teamsters Local 117. The workers authorized the union as their exclusive bargaining representative through a card check process conducted by an independent arbitrator last week.
(SAN FRANCISCO) — Members of Teamsters Local 853 who are shuttle bus drivers for high-tech companies have ratified a strong agreement including wage increases and a secure retirement.
(SAN FRANCISCO) — Teamsters led an action in the Castro section of the city today to protest working conditions for high-tech bus drivers. The 600 members of Teamsters Local 853 are seeking a secure retirement and fair contract.