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National Labor Relations Board Rules In Favor Of Teamster School Bus Workers

(WASHINGTON) – School bus drivers and monitors in Santa Rosa County, Fla., who are members of Teamsters Local 991 in Mobile, Ala., have won another victory in a decision handed down by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in Washington, D.C. The December 4 ruling orders the workers’ employer, Durham School Services, to “cease and desist” failing and refusing to recognize and bargain with Teamsters Local 991.

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First Student School Bus Workers Vote To Join Teamsters Local 653

(SOUTH EASTON, Mass.) – School bus workers at the Abington, Mass., First Student yard have voted overwhelmingly, 38-8, in favor of representation by Teamsters Local 653 in South Easton, Mass. The group of 60 drivers and monitors transport children in the Rockland, Holbrook and Weymouth school districts.

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WIN Radio Features Teamsters Victory At Paige Bus

WIN Labor Radio interviews Teamsters Local 777 President Jim Glimco about a victory for Chicago Public Schools school bus workers with Paige Bus. Glimco talks about the company’s resistance to the workers’ vote to improve their working conditions.

Teamster Victory At Keolis Transit America

Drivers at Keolis Transit America Inc. in Fort Lauderdale, Florida voted to become Teamsters on Thursday, November 6, 2014. The election was held by the National Labor Board and there are 76 Bus Drivers in the bargaining unit. Of the employees that participated in the election, 62 strong, the vote was unanimous for Teamsters representation.

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Leslie Marshall Interviews VP Rick Middleton On School Bus Safety

Teamster school bus workers are the frontline advocates for child safety. Rick Middleton, International Vice President and Chair of the Teamsters’ highly successful Drive Up Standards school bus campaign, talks with Leslie Marshall about how Teamsters are improving safety, service and working conditions in the school bus industry.

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