Supreme Court Sides With BLET on Two-Person Crew Issue; Local 665 SFO Parking Workers Reject Final Contract Offer; Railroad Unions File Suit Against N.J. Transit; Local 722 Gets Worker Reinstated With Back Pay; Contract News; This Week in Teamster Music; Public-Private Partnerships Could Help Better Prepare Workers
The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen announces a victory in the battle for two-person rail crews.http://www.ble-t.org/pr/news/newsflash.asp?id=5923
(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif) – Teamsters employed as auditors, cashiers and office personnel have voted unanimously to reject a final contract offer from the parking facility operator at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO).
The BLET and SMART-TD rail unions have filed suit against the state of New Jersey saying that a state law about substance abuse is preempted by Federal law.http://www.ble-t.org/pr/news/newsflash.asp?id=5922
The Fifth Annual Pipeline Steward School and Business Agent and Officers' Conference for the Building Material and Construction Trade Division will be held March 12-16.
As carhaul contract talks continue, the Teamsters National Automobile Transporters Industry Negotiating Committee (TNATINC) caucused today and has agreed to return to negotiations on Monday, January 16.
In late December, Snow and his co-workers took an important step to making their jobs better: They voted overwhelmingly to join Local 523 of the Teamsters Union.
The Teamsters National Automobile Transporters Industry Negotiating Committee (TNATINC) and the Carhaul Employer Group (NATLD) are negotiating for a third straight day today in Detroit.
In a recent arbitration, reinstatement and back pay were secured for a Teamster who was wrongfully terminated from Bay Valley Foods in Dixon, Illinois. The Teamster is returning to work with more than $79,000 in owed wages and full benefits thanks to the efforts of Local 722 President and Principal Officer Steve Mongan.
Workers at Waste Management, Inc. in Southern California who belong to Teamsters Local 396 overwhelmingly ratified a contract that sets standards for waste workers in the region.