San Francisco city officials voted Tuesday to consider transportation company labor practices in issuing future permits.
(SAN FRANCISCO) –– The San Francisco Board of Supervisors today adopted a resolution that would require the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) to consider the labor practices of commuter shuttle operators as part of their permitting process.
(SAN LEANDRO, Calif.) – Drivers for Facebook contractor Loop Transportation are now covered under a Teamsters Local 853 contract, providing for wage increases, health care benefits and a number of improvements to their working conditions. The contract, which workers overwhelmingly voted to ratify on Feb. 21, went to Facebook for its agreement as Loop’s paying client before implementatio
A week after announcing it will bring its security guards in-house as full-time employees rather than contractors, Apple said it is working with its shuttle-bus contractors to improve pay and benefits for its drivers.
(WASHINGTON) – Drivers who transport employees for six big Silicon Valley companies have voted overwhelmingly 104 to 38 in favor of representation by Teamsters Local 853 in San Leandro, Calif.
Shuttle bus drivers for five prominent tech companies will decide whether to unionize on Friday in a vote that has the potential to dramatically expand organized labor's territory in Silicon Valley and embolden others in the tech industry's burgeoning class of service workers to demand better working conditions.
(SAN LEANDRO, Calif.) – Shuttle bus drivers who are employed by Facebook contractor Loop Transportation have voted unanimously to ratify a strong first agreement. The 87 members of Teamsters Local 853 in San Leandro, Calif., have made a number of improvements to their working conditions, including wage increases, seniority provisions, guaranteed hours, health care, retirement and more.
Facebook shuttle bus drivers can expect higher wages and better working conditions as part of a new contract agreement reached today.