“We won what we were after. Being united was the key.”
Teamster drivers at UPS were tired of unrealistic workloads and unwanted excessive overtime. A grievance campaign is delivering results.
Fed up with a boss who harassed employees and made offensive remarks especially to women employees, Teamsters at the Woonsocket Housing Authority decided to do something about it.
“The bosses came to the bargaining table demanding a laundry list of givebacks on everything from seniority to holiday pay to work rules that affect our jobs day-to-day. We held our ground on each and every one. And we won a contract that preserves top-shelf pension and healthcare benefits.”
Mike Klitzer, Cardi Ready Mix
“For the first time, the union brought us into negotiations to sit across the table from company. It made all the difference. We won a new classification in the contract with highest pay ever.”
Paul Dimascio, PJ Keating
UPS part-timers haven’t had a fair shot at full-time jobs in years. But tougher contract enforcement is making UPS deliver more full-time jobs.
Teamsters at the Twin River Casino took a gamble that solidarity could beat corporate greed at Twin River Casino. Now they’ve beaten the house.
Local 251 Teamsters at McLaughlin & Moran, Inc. deliver Budweiser products across the state.
When management at the beer distributor tried to deny healthcare to injured workers, the company got a taste of real union contract enforcement.
Teamsters at the Fall River DPW handle 540,000 pounds of trash a week. But with the landfill running out of room, something had to give. Some politicians wanted to privatize trash collection—a move that would have eliminated 30 good Teamster jobs. That’s when Local 251 members at the Fall River […]
Thanks to all the members from First Student and Ocean State Transit and their families for coming out on May 31 and making the first Unity Picnic a big success.
We’re looking forward to making the Unity Picnic an annual spring event.
Effective July 1, 2014, as required by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the Plan is extending eligibility for health coverage to all dependent children of members who have not attained age twenty-six (26). The Plan will no longer exclude eligible children for coverage who have access to their own employment-based health coverage. If your eligible child has been excluded from the Plan’s health coverage for this reason, please contact the Fund Office at (401) 467-3323 for an enrollment form and instructions on how to enroll your child for coverage effective July 1, 2014.