Tuesday November 20, 2018
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BY staff | Chicago, IL | 11/15/18
“The charter schools are working educators to the bone, yet still not adequately staffing our classrooms. This isn’t fair to the students or the teachers, and we’re not going to take it,” states Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) Charter Division Chairman Chris Baehrend.
BY staff | Cambridge, MA | 11/15/18
On November 5, dining hall workers at Lesley University voted unanimously to ratify a new union contract.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 11/11/18
Negotiations are set to resume Monday, November 12, between Teamsters Local 705 and UPS over a tentative five-year contract for over 10,000 UPS workers in the Chicago area.
BY staff | Washington, D.C. | 11/10/18
UPS Freight employees are voting on a Last, Best, and Final offer from UPS on November 9, 10 and 11.
BY Sean Orr | Chicago, IL | 11/10/18
On November 1, John Bolton gave perhaps the sharpest anti-communist speech by a U.S. National Security Advisor since the end of the Cold War.
BY staff | New York, NY | 11/08/18
One dynamic is often left out of the public discussion however: ultimately, it is not the high-profile celebrity and politician targets who face the most significant risk, but the postal workers who keep our society running.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 11/01/18
The Teamsters Local 705 negotiating committee informed UPS, October 31, that the contract extension covering over 10,000 UPS workers will be over in 30 days.
BY Brad Sigal | Saint Paul, MN | 10/31/18
On November 6, Minnesotans will head to the polls along with the rest of the country for the midterm elections.
BY staff | Salt Lake City, UT | 10/29/18
Student activists from as far as Massachusetts, Florida, Texas and Minnesota gathered in Salt Lake City for the 13th annual Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) national convention over the weekend of October 20.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 10/28/18
Negotiations continued between Teamsters Local 705 and UPS, October 25 and 26, on a collective bargaining agreement covering nearly 10,000 Chicago-area workers and one of the last two to settle with UPS around the country.
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