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based Allegiant Air have voted to join the Airline Professionals Association, Teamsters Local 1224 in Wilmington, Ohio, the Teamsters Airline Division said.
of Fort Smith, and the Teamsters union have reached an agreement to cut wages 15 percent to help the less-than-truckload carrier deal with financial losses sustained during the recession.
Studio drivers repped by Teamsters Local 399 and four other Basic Crafts unions will hold three days of negotiations starting June 15 with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers.
In the long, dank history of Teamster opportunism, this Republican quota is a new low.
s warehouse and delivery department became non-union on October 9 when Teamsters Local 162 "disclaimed interest" in the bargaining unit.
In order to keep Teamster reform alive, we have to get back out campaigning very soon.
At Teamster headquarters, legions of vice-presidents take home fat, six-figure salaries.
Sikorski, Teamster Democracy and Financial Responsibility [1976]; Steven Brill, The Teamsters [1978].
Workers at ExpressJet ERJ who are represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) have voted to ratify a new tentative agreement, the company said.
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) and ExpressJet ERJ have successfully concluded negotiations, resulting in a tentative agreement, the groups said.
XPO warehouse workers file for Teamster representation.
According to the union, the Teamster contract covers approximately 5,500 aircraft mechanics and related employees in the US.
This is the second volume of a four-volume history of the Teamster union battles of the 1930s by labor activist Farrell Dobbs (1907-1983), who helped initiate the Minneapolis truck drivers strike of 1934 and worked as a full-time union organizer with the Teamsters until 1939, when he assumed the position of labor secretary of the newly-formed Socialist Workers Party.
On a late afternoon last September, the parking lot outside the Teamsters Local 282 union hall in Lake Success, Long Island, was packed with men and women wearing trademark black-and-gold Teamster jackets.
Look at it this way: on average, from 1979 to 1984, a Teamster official was indicted by federal authorities every eight days.