The Best: ABF Teamsters Say No


When ABF asked IBT Freight Director Tyson Johnson for concessions, he said Yes. But ABF Teamsters had a different idea.

They listened closely to the company’s argument, debated the issues, rejected the scare tactics, and voted down the concessions in a close vote.

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