Check out this week's Weekly Updates on UPS Freight contract call, Election Day results, a tragic toll on women and their pregnancies, Congress has no time to delay pension fix, teamsters giving voters free rides, teamster local 118 to negotiate fair sheriffs agreement and longtime McKesson CEO to step down.
Anti-union groups funded by anonymous donors are stalking and harassing Teamster members at their homes and worksites. Read how Diane Warren, a public servant from Local 1932 in San Bernardino, CA, was personally attacked by these groups, but is fighting back! Our union will not stand by while members are slandered by organizations that provide no value to our communities.
(CHARLESTON, W.Va.) — Coca-Cola Consolidated (NASDAQ: COKE) workers in Bluefield, W.Va., shut down state-wide distribution operations yesterday when approximately 28 employees went on a one-day unfair labor practice strike after the company made unilateral changes. The picket line was extended to other Coca-Cola Consolidated locations in Logan, Charleston, Parkersburg, and Clarksburg, where approximately 130 workers elected to honor the picket lines.
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.
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.
Warehouse workers and truck drivers at Los Angeles ports are planning to launch a three-day strike Monday, aiming to put pressure on logistics companies they claim owe them back wages.
The first Monday of every September, Labor Day, is a time to honor the sacrifices of working people. It is a time to remember those who died or were injured on the job. It’s a time of solidarity and celebrating the labor movement.