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Dec. 13, 1924 
Death in San Antonio, Texas, of Samuel Gompers, president and founder of the American Federation of Labor.

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News Items - November 2017
Posted On: Nov 30, 2017

Taylor, European union leaders meet to discuss UPS
 Nov. 3, 2017 |   This week, Teamsters Package Division Director (and Local 355 President) Denis Taylor met wth a delegation of Nordic labor union leaders who represent UPS workers in Finland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden… Continue reading at teamster.org.

Federal bills aim to stop exploitation of Teamster-backed port truckers 
 Nov. 9, 2017 |  The Teamsters Union today denounced the passage of legislation (H.R. 3441) introduced by House Republicans that rolls back the 2015 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) “joint employer” ruling in the case of Browning-Ferris Industries, Inc. (BFI). The decision ensured strong protections for millions of American workers by holding accountable employers that rely on temporary or contracted workers when those employers call the shots. The joint employer rule prevents companies from claiming they are not responsible for workers employed by agencies retained by the company… Teamsters

Union workers protest safety conditions at Potomac Center in Hagerstown
Nov. 15, 2017 |  Employees at the Potomac Center in Hagerstown’s West End said working conditions at the state-owned facility are so unsafe that they fear for their lives. Kicking, spitting and biting by residents is a regular occurrence, according to employees. Without the proper training, workers contend they also are ill-equipped to handle patients who regularly escape from the facility… Herald Mail Media









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