Tuesday December 11, 2018
| Last update: Tuesday at 10:01 PM
BY Bill Aiman | Tampa, FL | 10/22/18
A recent ruling of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) said that janitors who were picketing for better working conditions were not protected from unfair labor practices committed by their employer.
BY National Democratic Front of the Philippines, Southern Mindanao Region (SMR) | Philippines | 10/20/18
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following Oct. 17 statement from the National Democratic Front of the Philippines, Southern Mindanao Region (SMR).
BY Bill Aiman | Tampa, FL | 10/16/18
Over 40 Allied Ready Mix workers, represented by Teamsters Local 89, have been on strike since October 8.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/10/18
Educational Support Professionals (ESPs) rallied at the Minneapolis Schools District Headquarters to demand decent wages for over 1500 ESPs, October 9.
BY staff | Washington DC | 10/09/18
Teamster International Vice Presidents representing the Central and Southern regions have joined Sean O’Brien in pressuring Denis Taylor and the Hoffa administration to stop the ratification of the UPS contract.
BY Bill Aiman | Tampa, FL | 10/08/18
Rank-and-file trade union activists from Teamsters Local 79 hit the gates, Oct. 8, getting petition signatures and handing out call-in information to pressure the IBT National Negotiating Committee into further negotiations with UPS.
BY Dave Schneider | Jacksonville, FL | 10/06/18
Just hours after UPS Teamsters voted down their tentative agreement in record numbers, union chief negotiator Denis Taylor announced he would ratify the contract anyway.
BY Dave Schneider | Jacksonville, FL | 10/06/18
Just hours after UPS Teamsters voted down their tentative agreement in record numbers, union chief negotiator Denis Taylor announced he would ratify the contract anyway.
BY staff | Washington DC | 10/05/18
The results are in. The UPS National Master Agreement, which covers approximately 250,000 workers across the country and is the largest private-sector union contract in the United States, has been rejected in a 45.74% to 54.26% vote.
BY staff | Boston, MA | 10/05/18
Approximately 1700 hotel workers in Boston walked off the job on Wednesday, October 3. The strike includes seven hotels across the city: the Sheraton Boston, Westin Copley Square, Westin Waterfront, Aloft Seaport, Element Seaport, W Hotel, and the Ritz-Carlton. All the hotels involved are operated by Marriott International, which is both the largest hotel employer in Boston and the largest hotel chain in the world.
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