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The King of the Concessions Fatcats

Top Teamster officials have hit members with givebacks while taking big raises themselves. One Concessions Fatcat stands above the rest.

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The Pension Movement: How We Can Win

With only token help from the International union, a grassroots movement of Teamsters has put proposed cuts to earned pensions on the national agenda.

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Carhaulers Say NO to Concessions, Job Loss

Five weeks after carhaulers said Hell No to a concessionary contract by 87%, members have not heard anything on what the International union plans to do.

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Officials Hit Members With Concessions, Give Themselves Huge Raises

Many Teamster officers work hard, and they deserve to be fairly compensated for long hours. But when top officers take big raises while imposing concessions, cutting health benefits, and running our pension funds into the ground, it’s time to call them out.

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Making Change in 2016

Teamsters speak out how they're organizing with TDU to win positive change in 2016.

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Get Ready to Run for Delegate

Teamster members are building a campaign to vote out Hoffa-Hall and elect Tim Sylvester and the Teamsters United Slate. Upcoming Convention Delegate elections are the critical next step.

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Stepping Up for Teamsters United

Here’s what members have to say about what they’re doing to build the Teamsters United Campaign and join the fight for new leadership in our union.

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