Robert Connelly and Micki LaBagh began careers in the bus industry in 1974. They have served the Middletown, N.Y. community for over 82 years and are proud members of Local 445. They support the union because the Teamsters helped them attain wage increases and gave them a voice at STA. The Teamsters salute them for their years of service to children and their dedication to the union!
(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.
School bus workers with First Student in Carleton, Mich., have voted overwhelmingly, 25-2, in favor of representation by Teamsters Local 283 in Wyandotte, Mich. The group of 35 drivers and monitors reached out to the Teamsters Union seeking a strong voice to address their workplace concerns.
“My co-workers and I have really worked hard to come to this point and we’re going to continue to work hard so we can secure a strong contract. I look forward to better working conditions and being treated with respect on the job,” said Lana Baas, a First Student school bus driver.
Teamsters Local 118 in Rochester, N.Y., is pleased to announce the ratification of a new four-year agreement with Greece Central School District. The agreement, covering nearly 800 employees working within the central offices, food service, transportation and facility operations, was overwhelming approved by the membership.