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June 28, 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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Week Ending 05/20/2022
Posted On: May 20, 2022

  The year workers said ‘no’
  • Soccer sets new standards for equal pay
  • The non-inflated truth about inflation
  • 10 major labor strikes throughout U.S. history
  • For American Labor, the past isn’t past
  • Lawmakers look to boost NLRB funding
  • Reproductive justice is a labor issue
  • Teamsters commemorate National Police Week
  • Trader Joe’s join Target, Amazon, and Starbucks drive to unionize
  • Amazon threatened workers over union vote, NLRB finds
  • Teamsters commit to strengthening solidarity among national rail unions
  • Amazon, Starbucks workers pointing the way to organized labor’s revival
  • The Injury Machine: How Amazon’s production system hurts workers
  • The Union Drip Twitter account highlights the style of the Labor Move

Teamster News Headlines
New Biden Administration Guidelines Should Prioritize Union Jobs
Teamsters Airline Division Hosts Bargaining Training
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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