(KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa.) – Drivers at XPO Logistics in suburban Philadelphia filed for Teamster representation today, the latest action by workers across the U.S. who are banding together to fight for fair treatment at one of the largest transportation and logistics companies in the world.
A federal court has denied XPO/Con-way’s efforts to set aside the workers’ decision to form their union as Teamsters, which means the company needs to recognize the Teamsters as the workers’ bargaining representative.
(WASHINGTON) – On behalf of warehouse workers at XPO Logistics in North Haven, Conn., Teamsters Local 443 filed for Teamster representation today, one day after XPO freight workers in Illinois took similar action, as workers nationwide band together to fight for fair treatment at the multinational corporation.
Who is the real Michael Penn? Penn is a highly paid union buster spreading misinformation to us workers at XPO/Con-way. Don’t be fooled by Penn’s $350-per-hour tactics. Penn has a contract, so why shouldn’t we?
Teamsters from across the country are taking part in a National Action handing out leaflets at XPO/Con-way terminals to coincide with actions taking place at the Ports of LA, Long Beach and locations in San Diego as XPO workers are standing united to fight for fairness on the job.
Labor activists seeking to unionize truck drivers are targeting
which acquired large fleets in the U.S. and Europe last year.
Labor activists seeking to unionize truck drivers are targeting XPO Logistics Inc., which acquired large fleets in the U.S. and Europe last year.