Feeder Driver Beats Retaliation

June 3, 2008: A New York feeder driver who reported a safety problem was rewarded by management with a 72-hour notice. Fortunately, Local 804 Teamster Joe Miller stuck to his guns.

The result? The company fixed the safety problem and dropped the 72-hour notice.

Click here to read the full story of how Miller beat management retaliation at 804membersunited.org, the independent website of Local 804 Teamsters.


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