Tuesday December 6, 2022
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BY staff | Orange, CA | 11/07/22
150 Orange County Transportation Authority maintenance workers, represented by Teamsters Local 952, walked off the job on Wednesday, November 2 demanding that OCTA increase healthcare allowances and negotiate in good faith.
BY staff | San Bernardino, CA | 10/23/22
Dozens of Amazon workers out of an air hub in San Bernardino walked off the job on Friday, October 14 in an unfair labor practice strike demanding a $5 pay raise, safer working conditions and no retaliation for organizing.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/17/22
Scabby the rat has become a familiar figure on the University of Minnesota Minneapolis campus as the contract fight between Teamsters Local 320 and the administration intensifies.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 8/30/22
More than 300 University of Minnesota (UMN) service workers represented by Teamsters Local 320, along with members AFSCME, students, faculty, and others, protested on the school’s campus, August 30, to demand an end to poverty wages and abusive employment practices.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 8/07/22
On August 1, Teamster locals across the country kicked off their 2023 contract campaign under the slogan, “UPS Teamsters United for a Strong Contract!”
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BY staff | Elm Grove, WI | 6/26/22
You might know UPS for their slogan, "What can Brown do for you?" For their employees, the answer is "Not much!"
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BY staff | Chicago, IL | 6/24/22
UPS workers represented by Teamsters Local 705 are fired up after Anthony Taylor, a union steward, was terminated this week without just cause.
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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/13/22
Fed up with crushing caseloads and substandard pay, public defense lawyers and support staff workers employed by the Minnesota Board of Public Defense voted overwhelmingly March 10 to reject a final offer and authorize a strike.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 2/13/22
Public defense workers in Minnesota are ready to strike.
BY Severin Mortensen | Lansing, MI | 2/05/22
As UPS moves out from its peak season, the company is ending market rate adjustments (MRAs) and bonus programs designed to attract workers and boost part-time employees’ pay. The negotiated part-time pay rate for workers hired since August 1, 2018 is $15.33 per hour, with a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) included. Teamsters Local 623 reports that UPS paid its members $19 an hour as part of an MRA and the workers are taking a 27% pay cut as the adjustments expire.
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