February 19, 2013: UPS and UPS Freight Teamsters turned out in big numbers at contract rallies this last weekend, demonstrating members are ready to stand up for our contract.
Two top former leaders of Teamsters Local 120 who face the possibility of lifetime banishment from the union on corruption charges have bought a bar in northern Anoka County.
The month-long strike by New York City school bus drivers will apparently come to an end Friday night.
Sources familiar with the negotiation told WCBS 880's Rich Lamb and CBS 2's Marcia Kramer that the union has decided to end the strike.
There was a lot of rancorous rivalry between the city and the union regarding a list of employees that the union wanted used to outline who would have jobs if new bus companies were to take over routes currently operated by union members.
Members of International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 1145 have ratified a new four-year labor agreement with Honeywell International Inc. in Minneapolis that increases wages 7.5 percent over term and covers 1,050 employees, the union and the company told BNA Feb. 13.
“This was a tough round of negotiations,” IBT Local 1145 Secretary-Treasurer Joseph Witzmann said in a Feb. 5 statement. “The company proposed cutting 135 jobs, which we were able to save in negotiations. The new agreement represents improvements in wages [and] pensions.”
A once-in-a-generation triumvirate of Washington power players is coalescing behind the idea of increasing federal fuel taxes to pay for badly needed infrastructure improvements.
February 14, 2013: Nearly two months after putting a long list of concessions on the bargaining table, ABF management refuses to take any of them off the table.
UPS Inc. said it has put 100 new all-electric delivery trucks in service in California.
YRC Worldwide CEO James Welch is pleased to see the company finish the year strong after starting with a $49 million operational loss in the first quarter.
February 11, 2013: Negotiations between the International union and UPS Freight are getting serious – the time is now for members to stand united and strong for a good contract.