(STONINGTON, Conn.) – Drivers at a First Student yard in Stonington, Conn. voted overwhelmingly to join the International Brotherhood of Teamsters on Wednesday, October 12, 2016. More than 86 percent of the voting drivers chose the Teamsters union.
(WASHINGTON) – The International Brotherhood of Teamsters announced the formation of the Teamsters National School Bus Safety Committee in honor of National School Bus Safety Week, which begins today. The committee is being formed to address safety issues at school bus companies throughout the United States and Canada.
(SANTA ROSA, Fla.) –Today, Teamster bus drivers and monitors at Durham School Services in Santa Rosa County, Fla. voted overwhelmingly, 85-1, in favor of their first agreement with the company.
This agreement, reached on Oct.8, 2016, is a victory for these workers, who voted overwhelmingly to form a union with the Teamsters in February 2013. For more than three years, Durham refused to recognize the results of the secret ballot election conducted and certified by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) – the federal agency charged with overseeing US labor laws.
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is proud to participate in the 2016 National School Bus Safety Week. With more than 46,000 Teamster bus members across the United States and Canada, our union is committed to the highest standard of safety for our members and the students and community members they transport.
Hear from Teamster school bus and transit workers across the country! Read the latest issue of the Drive Up Standards newsletter, by and for Teamsters, here.
(WASHINGTON) – More than three years after Durham School Services bus drivers and monitors voted overwhelmingly for union representation in Santa Rosa County, Fla., Teamsters Local 991 announced the company has agreed to meet at the bargaining table beginning July 12.