March 2006: New York City Teamsters rallied on the steps of City Hall on March 5 to protest comments by the head of the city’s Economic Development Corporation (EDC) calling Teamster warehouse wo
October 5, 2005: The negotiations covering approximately 8,000 members in the Southern California grocery industry have concluded. The five-year agreement contains wage increases of 50 cents, 45
July 5, 2005: For the first time in recent history, the grocery contracts in Southern California will be negotiated separately.
February 5, 2005: The contracts that cover about 8,000 Teamster drivers, warehouse workers and office clerks in the Southern California grocery industry are set to expire Sept. 15, 2005.
January 5, 2005: Some Teamster contracts address the issue of excessive overtime. Here are two examples.
November 4, 2004: Local 386 has signed a first contract for workers at Winco Foods, a growing wholesale distributor in Ceres, Cal.
November 4, 2004: Milwaukee Local 200 has won a strong new contract for the 650 Teamsters employed as warehouse workers and drivers at the Roundys grocery warehouse in Wauwautosa, Wis.