Port and rail drivers with XPO Cartage, part of XPO Logistics, Inc. began a strike today at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and other locations to protest illegal job classification that robs them of their employee rights.
A recent investigative report from USA Today details how port truck drivers are often driving more than 16 hours a day while being paid very little.
(CHICAGO) – More than 100 Teamsters and supporters gathered to raise questions and demand answers to serious concerns about their employer XPO Logistics outside the 3PL & Supply Chain Summit today where XPO Logistics CEO Bradley Jacobs was speaking.
See this video of more than 50 Teamsters, elected officials and supporters who confronted XPO management near Trenton, New Jersey on May 24, 2017 with a letter demanding that three unlawfully fired drivers be put back to work. The firing of the three workers is just the latest in XPO’s vicious anti-worker campaign, and the Teamsters Union will not tolerate these union busting actions. The workers in Hamilton Township voted to join Teamsters Local 701 on April 14, 2017.
(HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, N.J.) – A group of more than 50 Teamsters and supporters, including state lawmakers and the head of the state AFL-CIO, protested outside the XPO Logistics, Inc. terminal here today and demanded that the company reinstate three fired workers they say were punished for supporting a recent union drive.
(WASHINGTON) – XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO) shareholders delivered one of the sharpest rebukes of CEO pay so far this proxy year when a near-majority of outside shareholders opposed the company’s “say-on-pay” measure following a $20 million mega-equity grant to CEO Bradley Jacobs.
American and European XPO workers spoke out against company during shareholders meeting.
(GREENWICH, Conn.) – XPO Logistics, Inc. board members faced a growing tide of discontent at their annual shareholder meeting today led by the company’s own workers, the Teamsters and European union leaders who called out the global logistics giant for its excessive executive pay practices