Today, we celebrate the incredible strength, unity, and dedication that union members bring to the workforce each day. Your unwavering commitment to better working conditions, fair wages, and the well-being of all workers is truly inspiring.
Teamsters Local 122 officers and members attended the 46th Annual TNBC Educational Conference and Banquet in Miami, Fla. where Virginia Barnes, Local 122 President, was recognized for her lifetime of service to the union. John Murphy, Local 122 Secretary-Treasurer, had the honor of introducing Barnes as she received her award at the banquet.
Secretary-Treasurer John Murphy congratulated Cambridge Housing Authority Member Donna Gallant on her retirement after more than 35 years at the CHA.
Gallant, who started as a secretary, rose through the ranks to retire as the senior purchasing agent at the Cambridge Housing Authority.
More than two-thirds of Americans support unions, according to new polling data the AFL-CIO released Tuesday.
Union support is particularly high among young Americans: 88 percent of Americans younger than 30, according to AFL-CIO data.
GREAT BARRINGTON — The state has shut down its railroad project pending a “safety review” of the contractor it hired for the work after an employee was run over by equipment on the tracks Friday morning and later died of his injuries.
Vice President Harris announced a new rule on Tuesday to bolster union requirements for projects paid for by federal funds, as the Biden administration tries to quell fears among organized labor about the push for clean energy.
The Michigan Senate approved a bill to repeal the state’s right-to-work laws in a major victory for organized labor, setting the state up to become one of the first to overturn such laws, which allow workers to opt out of union membership and dues payments.