Tentative agreement reached; members’ top priorities addressed
June 1, 2022 | The Teamsters National Automobile Transporters Industry Negotiating Committee (TNATINC) reached a tentative national carhaul agreement this evening. If ratified, the three-year agreement will provide wage increases, increases to maintain health and welfare, additional paid time off and work rule improvements. Details of the tentative agreement will be announced after leaders from local unions meet June 16 in Washington to review the proposal, which is required by the IBT constitution. Members will report to work as normal. Read more here.
Update for Teamster Passenger Transportation members
June 3, 2022 | A Teamsters Passenger Transportation Division Update will be held at 1 pm Eastern this Sunday, June 5. Director Matt Taibi will be discussing how the Passenger Transportation Division is working to better assist local unions and improve working conditions for members throughout the industry. Go to http://ibt.io/ptd-060522 to register
National Grievance Committee meets with UPS in Louisville
June 7, 2022 | [Yesterday], the UPS Teamsters National Grievance Committee convened panel sessions with company representatives in Louisville, Kentucky. With a full docket of cases, UPS Teamsters are taking on the company and holding management accountable. "These grievance panels are an opportunity to show the company that a bigger, faster, stronger Teamsters union is here and the days of letting UPS walk all over our members are over," said General President Sean M. O'Brien … More at Teamsters on Facebook
Teamsters warn potential work stoppages at U.S. Foods could have major impact on East Coast foodservice industry
June 8, 2022 | The Teamsters Warehouse Division and numerous Teamster locals currently in contract negotiations with US Foods are putting the foodservice giant on notice that work stoppages are imminent. Workers at a growing number of US Foods Distribution Centers throughout the East Coast are considering the possibility of walking off the job following an increasing number of unresolved labor contracts. Continued at Teamsters
Update for carhaul members
June 15, 2022 | The carhaul tentative agreement will be presented at a June 16 meeting in Washington, DC, where two representatives from each local union representing members in the carhaul industry will decide whether to approve the contract. If the tentative agreement is approved by the two-person committee, it will be sent to the Teamsters’ General Executive Board. Upon recommendation by the General Executive Board, the agreement will be submitted for a democratic ratification vote by the membership. Stay tuned.