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Teamsters Applaud Report By Members Of Parliament On Conditions At National Express Group PLC

(WASHINGTON) – A report released today by two Members of United Kingdom’s Parliament, Ian Lavery and Jim Sheridan, reveals serious labor rights violations at National Express Group PLC (LON: NEX) operations in the United States. The report’s recommendations support a Teamster-sponsored shareholder resolution that will be voted on at the company’s annual general meeting of shareholders on May 6 in London.

First Transit Workers At Auburn University Choose Teamsters Local 612

(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) – Drivers and mechanics with First Transit in Auburn, Ala., have voted by an overwhelming 3-1 margin in favor of Teamsters representation. The 116 workers, who provide transportation services for students at Auburn University, chose to join Teamsters Local 612 in Birmingham, Ala., seeking respect, fair pay and improved working conditions.

Two Years and Still Hanging On Strong In Santa Rosa County

School bus workers in Santa Rosa County, Fla., gathered Saturday to mark the two-year anniversary of their vote to join Teamsters Local 991 in Mobile, Ala. Although a joyous afternoon for workers and their families, the event was also a somber reminder of the ongoing struggle in the fight to obtain union recognition. Read more, here.

Savannah First Student School Bus Workers Ratify Contract That Provides Summer Pay

(SAVANNAH, Ga.) – First Student drivers, monitors and technicians who provide school bus service to Georgia’s Chatham County schools have ratified a new contract that provides summer pay. The workers voted overwhelmingly, 117 to 4, on Sun., March 1 to ratify the agreement.

Members Of Parliament Join Teamsters At Memphis School Bus Community Forum

(MEMPHIS, Tenn.) – Teamster school bus drivers and monitors with Durham School Services were joined by members of the British Parliament, labor and faith leaders, community members and Teamsters representatives Wednesday night at a community forum on the state of Shelby County, Tenn., student transportation.

British Members Of Parliament Join Teamster School Bus Workers Fighting For Justice At Durham

British members of Parliament, Ian Lavery and Jim Sheridan, are meeting with Teamster school bus drivers in Charleston, S.C. and Memphis, Tenn., this week to learn about their concerns with school bus safety and workplace practices at Durham School Services, their employer. Read more, here.