March 2, 2009: The decisions from the February meeting of the National Grievance Panel in Ft. Lauderdale are now available online.
Convoy 257 March 2009
March 2, 2009: UPS is destroying full-time jobs that are guaranteed by our contract.
Members are uniting to tell the company: ‘Part-Time America Won’t Work.’
March 2, 2009: Many freight Teamsters are concerned about the direction our union is headed in—and they’re getting organized to do something about it.
March 2, 2009: Here’s one way YRC can cut costs: make Teamsters work off the clock.
That’s what Roadway management is trying to do at their West Palm Beach, Fla. terminal.
March 2, 2009: Jack Cooper, operating as PMT in the West, has lost GM traffic in Los Angeles and Milpitas, Calif. to a nonunion outfit called Harbor Auto Transport.
March 2, 2009: With few carhaulers working, you would think that Jack Cooper would lay off management to bring the number in line with what is needed.
March 2, 2009: It’s bad enough that the majority of Teamster carhaulers are not working; now Local 604 reports that an International auditor working for IBT Secretary-Treasurer Tom Keegel has tol
March 2, 2009: When the International gave Allied the 17.5 percent wage concession, the deal provided that Allied’s Axis subsidiary would become union. Two years later, that hasn’t happened.
March 2, 2009: Teamsters at Oak Harbor are returning to work after standing strong on the picket lines, but the fight for a good contract continues.
March 2, 2009: UPS is denying thousands of Teamsters full-time job opportunities—in violation of our union contract. Now, working Teamsters are getting together to do something about it.