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June 27, 2022

On This Day in 1935
Congress passes the National Labor Relations Act, creating the structure for collective bargaining in the United States.  ~ Labor Tribune

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  • Local and National News

    In contentious talks with US Foods, two Locals prepared to ‘take action’
    June 23, 2022 Work stoppages at US Foods are looming, the Teamsters Union announced today. More than 200 members of Teamsters Local 171 in Salem, Va., and Teamsters Local 773 in Allentown, Pa., are currently in contentious contract negotiations with the company and are prepared to take action if a deal isn’t reached during the next round of collective bargaining. There are at least 22 US Foods locations where the Teamsters have the right to honor picket lines in the event of a strike in Pennsylvania and Virginia… Learn more here.

    Beverage industry Teamsters in Philadelphia are on strike
    June 22, 2022 Thousands of Teamsters Local 830 workers have gone on strike, potentially affecting the availability of beer and other drinks in the Philadelphia area before the Fourth of July celebrations. The dispute between workers and the beverage industry comes down to pay and conditions of work. The work stoppage began Sunday. Learn more here.

    This year’s Spring Golf winners, photos
    June 16, 2022 On Saturday, June 11, 2022, 76 Local 355 golf enthusiasts headed out in the early morning rain to play 18 holes at the Queenstown Harbor Golf Course on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Despite the inclement weather, the bi-annual event brought some new talent this year, including two members from the Harrington, Delaware UPS facility. Check out the top finishers here, and additional photos (in no particular order): 2022 Spring Golf.

    Teamster leaders unanimously endorse tentative agreement *
    June 16, 2022 Update 6/20: Overview of the new contract's highlights in this video. Local union leaders representing Teamster carhaulers met in Washington today to unanimously endorse the tentative National Master Automobile Transporters Agreement (NMATA). The three-year tentative agreement and four regional supplements will now go to the membership for a democratic ratification vote. In addition to annual wage increases, the tentative agreement includes countless improvements, including … Learn more at Teamsters

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    Elsewhere in the News

    Railroad Bosses’ Profit-Making Tactics Lower Safety Standards, Raise Dangers

    June 27, 2022 | HEALTH & SAFETY | Working conditions, and labor-management negotiations between the unions representing the nation’s freight rail workers and railroad bosses, are getting steadily worse, reports from the bargaining table and congressional testimony show. And that’s important because the nation’s four big Class I freight railroads move bulk cargoes from oil to cars to coal to corn and are a vital part of the U.S. supply chain. “Even as (freight) traffic has returned, staffing has not,” Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees/Teamsters Safety Director Roy Morrison testified…. “Along with these staffing cuts, railroads have curtailed inspection, maintenance, and repair work on their infrastructure and equipment, and required a reduced workforce to handle the responsibilities once handled by a significantly larger workforce. The railroads have made it difficult to impossible for their employees to properly perform their tasks that are essential to adequate rail service.” People’s World   PHOTO/DREAMSTINE

    Week Ending 06/24/2022

      Teamsters recognize Juneteenth
      • Shareable: Unions Rising
      • Chipotle workers file to form union
      • Amazon could run out of workers by 2024
      • Why UPS won’t resell their old delivery trucks
      • SpaceX firings likely violated U.S. labor law
      • Biden says he’s proud of Apple retail workers who unionized

      • US transit workers sound alarm over rising violence
      • Corporate profits soared to highest levels in 7 decades last year
      • United States Football League players vote to unionize
      • Starbucks fired 7 organizers. Government wants court to reinstate them

    Keeping Workers Poor Is Bad For Business

    June 23, 2022 | WAGES | CEOs at America’s biggest low-wage employers now take home, on average, 670 times what their typical workers make. But we don’t just get unfairness when a boss can grab more in a year than a worker could make in over six centuries. We get bungling and inefficient businesses. Management science has been clear on this point for generations, ever since the days of the late Peter Drucker. Management theorists credit Drucker, a refugee from Nazism in the 1930s, for laying down “the foundations of management as a scientific discipline.” Drucker’s classic 1946 study of General Motors established him as the nation’s foremost authority on corporate effectiveness. Nation of Change

Teamster News Headlines
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Nabis Cannabis Drivers Ratify First Contract with Teamsters Local 630
Carhaul Townhall: Tentative Agreement Review
Teamsters in Pennsylvania and Virginia Edge Closer to a Work Stoppage at US Foods
Arizona Vulcan Materials Teamsters Vote to Authorize Strike
Teamsters Recognize Juneteenth
Carhaul Contract Video Overview
Teamsters Local 150 Secures $44,000 Grievance Award for UPS Drivers
Teamsters to Corporate America: “We’re Done Paying Your Bills”

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