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    TFORCE UPDATE

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    The International Brotherhood of Teamsters 30th Convention

    The International Brotherhood of Teamsters 30th Convention opens on Tomorrow, June 22, 2021 and this year’s event will be like no other Convention in the union’s 118-year-old history. This 30th Convention will be online.
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    PENSION SOLUTION WAS A LONG TIME COMING FOR TEAMSTERS

    PENSION SOLUTION WAS A LONG TIME COMING FOR TEAMSTERS 2021.03.11 More than two decades of work by the Teamsters to save the retirement nest eggs of a million-plus hardworking Americans came to fruition today when President Biden signed the $1.
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    Larry Park's Retirement

    On behalf of The Local 509, we would like to congratulate Larry Parks on the completion of over 25 years of excellent service with Holland. As one chapter ends, another begins! We hope you enjoy the fruits of your labor in prosperity and good health.
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    Updated: Sep. 27 (16:45)
    YES to Workers' Rights Amendment
    Teamsters Local 786
    Starbucks Says It Wants Union Bargaining to Begin
    Teamsters Local 355
    Starbucks Says It Wants Union Bargaining to Begin
    Teamsters Local 992
    Rail Bosses Said No to Paid Sick Leave – So We’re Still on Track for A Strike
    Teamsters Local 570
    Rail Bosses Said No to Paid Sick Leave – So We’re Still on Track for A Strike
    Teamsters Local 355
    Durham School Bus Workers in Baltimore Ratify ‘Rich’ First Contract
    Teamsters Local 570
     
         
  • Young Workers Give Unions New Hope
    Posted On: Feb 16, 2022
    Feb. 14, 2022 | LABOR UNIONS | After decades of decline, U.S. unions have a new reason for hope: younger workers. Workers in their 20s – and even in their teens – are leading ongoing efforts to unionize companies large and small, from Starbucks and REI to local cannabis dispensaries. The Alphabet Workers Union, formed last year and now representing 800 Google employees, is run by five people who are under 35. Multiple polls show union approval is high – and growing – among the youngest workers. And U.S. union membership levels are even ticking upward for workers between 25 and 34, even as they decline among other age groups. Young workers say they see unions as the best way to combat wage inequality and poor working conditions. For some, personal heroes like Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, a vocal labor advocate, have piqued their interest in unions. Others say… US News
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