Former XPO driver Mark Cross, who has been out of work with a foot injury, said he is fed up with the way the company has mistreated him over the past five months, making his injury far worse for him and his family.
Trade union investors meeting in Berlin today served notice on US-based logistics provider XPO that it must reform its labour practices.
(WASHINGTON) – Workers at multiple locations across the nation today “marched on their bosses,” delivering a clear message to management and demands that XPO Logistics, Inc. bargain their contracts in good faith without delays. They also want the company to respect the rights of its workers to organize and form a union without intimidation or harassment.
Companies continue to misclassify and engage in wage theft. And the problem is reaching beyond the nation's ports, panelists at Netroots Nation tell attendees.
The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) today unveiled an XPO global leadership group to tackle the company’s anti-worker, anti-union stance. The new initiative was announced by the organisation’s general secretary, Steve Cotton, from its inaugural meeting in Los Angeles, USA.
XPO workers in Laredo, Texas who voted to form their union with Teamsters Local 657 have won a major victory.
(WASHINGTON) – The Teamsters believe XPO Logistics, Inc.’s stated plan to buy more companies and expand its global operations to Asia and beyond is fraught with risk because of the company’s record of integrating businesses while implementing unsustainable policies and practices that harms its workforce.
An article recently in the Los Angeles Times highlights how port truck drivers working at the port of Los Angeles/Long Beach are cheated out of wages and benefits.