(PORT OF LOS ANGELES/LONG BEACH, Calif.) – Twenty-four California port truck drivers employed by NFI Industries/California Cartage, the largest goods movement operator at the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, have been awarded nearly $6 million by the California Labor Commissioner for wage theft due to misclassification as independent contractors.
(ATLANTA) – International and domestic flights served by Gate Gourmet departing from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta may experience delays or go without food service during the holiday travel rush. The disruptions could impact Delta (NYSE: DAL), Gate Gourmet’s largest customer, as well as several international airlines.
(DULLES, Va. and ATLANTA) – Today, hundreds of Gate Gourmet employees and representatives of the Teamsters and UNITE-HERE unions alerted air passengers about unsafe conditions in the airline food catering industry, at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and at the United Airlines [NASDAQ: UAL] terminal at Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia.
Check out the Teamsters Weekly Update for this week: Verizon on Notice, Horticulture and Floral workers join local 986, overnight strike win at private carter, teamster 2018 successes, red cross workers in Baltimore vote to join local 570, Durham school bus monitors and drivers ratify contract at Local 610, podcast episode 173, pipeline construction jobs beginning this month and more.
Check out the Teamsters Weekly Update for this week: Lawmakers call for House to investigate XPO after workers miscarriages, Bus monitors at First Student ratify contract, BLET members worker Bush funeral train, legislature ditching workers, China needs to make real changes, CDT Paratransit ratify contract, Allied Waste ratifying contract, and more.
Check out this week's Weekly Updates on Durham school services victory at Local 397, teamsters and anheuser busch joint statement, devastating wildfires in CA, Port truck drivers requesting investigation, the latest on the opioid crisis, New York Times podcast on the human toll of instant delivery, contract victory at Action Carting and more.
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.