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  • Biden, Congress Helped Fuel Worker Policy Wins in 2021 January 13, 2022
    This past year has been a time of real progress for Teamsters and working Americans. Thanks to the hard work of Teamsters, President Joe Biden and pro-worker candidates were elected to the U.S. House and Senate in 2020. Since they took office, Teamster pensions have been saved, unions have been encouraged and good, safe, union […]
  • Striking Seattle Mixer Drivers Call Out Concrete Cartel for Holding Construction Industry Hostage January 13, 2022
    King County Concrete Oligopoly Refuses to Return to Negotiations (SEATTLE) – The following is a statement from Teamsters Local 174 Secretary-Treasurer Rick Hicks – on behalf of over 300 striking concrete mixer drivers and concrete plant workers and the Local 174 Executive Board – on the ongoing sand and gravel industry general strike at the […]
  • Striking Ready-Mix Teamsters Extend Picket Line to Snohomish County Concrete Plants January 13, 2022
    Concrete Workers on Strike for Six Weeks Extend Lines to Woodinville and Smith Island (SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash.) – At 7:00 a.m. PST, striking concrete mixer drivers and plant workers employed by the Cadman Cement Company extended their picket line to two Cadman-owned plants in Woodinville and Smith Island, Wash. Cadman is owned by the German […]
  • Striking Teamsters at Southern California Republic Services Extend Picket Lines to Seattle January 12, 2022
    (SEATTLE) – Sanitation workers on strike at Republic Services [NYSE: RSG] in San Diego extended their picket line to four Republic facilities in Seattle, Bellevue, Lynwood and Kent, Wash. today. Over 300 Teamsters who work at these trash and recycling facilities are refusing to cross the picket line. Over 250 workers at the $10 billion corporation’s San Diego […]
  • San Diego Union-Tribune: Chula Vista Scolds Republic Service for Lingering Strike, May Sever Ties with Waste Hauler January 12, 2022
    The post San Diego Union-Tribune: Chula Vista Scolds Republic Service for Lingering Strike, May Sever Ties with Waste Hauler appeared first on International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
  • Herrera, Buttigieg Honor SoCal Port Workers at Event January 11, 2022
    Teamsters Port Division Director Ron Herrera joined U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg today in lauding workers at the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach for their work in helping to ease congestion at the nation’s largest port of entry. Herrera, who is also a union international vice president and Secretary-Treasurer of Local 396, […]
  • Mayor Mary Casillas Salas Speaks Out on Republic Services Strike in Southern California January 11, 2022
    The post Mayor Mary Casillas Salas Speaks Out on Republic Services Strike in Southern California appeared first on International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
  • Striking Teamsters Extend Picket Line to Port of Everett, Wash. January 10, 2022
    Concrete Workers Shut Down 2nd-Largest Customs Export District in Wash. State (EVERETT, Wash.) – At 7 a.m. PST, striking concrete mixer drivers and plant workers employed by Lehigh Northwest Cement Company extended their picket line to the Port of Everett’s 55,000-ton bulk storage cement facility for three hours. Lehigh Northwest operates a giant storage dome […]
  • Teamsters Local 320 Minnesota Public Defenders, Staff Overworked at Cost to Clients January 10, 2022
    A survey of Minnesota's public defense attorneys and staff found widespread discontentment with their working conditions and leadership, plus concerns about the impact on clients. Teamsters Local 320, which represents 502 attorneys and 199 support staff, released the preliminary findings in advance of a legislative hearing on the issues scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday. The post Teamsters Local […]
  • Republic Services Continues to Put San Diego Workers and Communities at Risk, Teamsters Say January 7, 2022
    (SAN DIEGO) – Sanitation workers at four Republic Services [NYSE: RSG] facilities remain on strike in San Diego today, after voting to reject a contract proposed by the company this week. Over 250 workers at the $10 billion corporation went on strike on December 17, 2021. “Republic has known for years that the contract expired on November 30, 2021, and had six weeks since the expiration date to address our members’ concerns,” said Jaime Vasquez, Secretary-Treasurer of […]
  • Minimum Wage Gains Shows the Power of Workers January 6, 2022
    The new year is bringing a pay raise to millions of people a record 56 states and localities thanks to minimum wage increases instituted through legislation and ballot measures that will ensure more low-income have more money in their pocket in 2022. According to the National Employment Law Project (NELP), 21 states and 35 cities […]
  • Hoffa: Increased Resolve Needed in New Year to Tackle Worker Concerns January 5, 2022
    By Teamsters General President Jim HoffaPublished in the Detroit News, Jan. 5, 2022 As we turn the page on 2021, the Teamsters have much to celebrate. Years of hard work in Washington culminated with a multiemployer pension fix that will protect the hard-earned retirement nest eggs of more than 1 million Americans. The union also […]

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