Posts tagged Frito-Lay salesmen
US Brick workers seek to overturn policy preventing them from voting out Teamsters union
March 15, 2022 // “The successor bar undermines the NLRA’s core purpose of employee free choice by disregarding employees’ actual desires and past experiences with their union representative. It also fails to recognize the Board’s highest calling: to conduct elections when there is a question of representation and to ensure employees are represented by a union of their choosing,” Atkins’ request for review states.
Indiana US Brick Employees Challenge NLRB Policy Trapping Them in Teamsters Union Ranks They Overwhelmingly Oppose
March 8, 2022 // NLRB-invented “successor bar” blocks employees’ statutory right to vote out union despite 70 percent of workers wanting Teamsters removed
Workers in Michigan, Arkansas Vote to Free Themselves from Unpopular Unions
March 4, 2022 // Reforms backed by National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys make it easier for workers nationwide to boot unions they no longer want
First responders across Illinois seeking freedom from unions
February 8, 2022 // Paramedics and EMTs at the Galesburg Hospitals Ambulance Service are seeking to exercise their right to vote Teamsters Local 627 out of power at the workplace, a growing trend around the country.
Galesburg Paramedics and EMTs Seek Election to Free Themselves from Unpopular Teamsters Union
February 1, 2022 // If successful, Pedigo and his coworkers’ effort would be the latest in a string of Foundation-assisted employee elections removing Teamsters officials from power. In just the past year, Rush University maintenance workers in Chicago, Frito-Lay salesmen in Del Rio, TX, Allied Central Coast truckers in Santa Maria, CA, XPO Logistics workers in Cinnaminson, NJ, and Blish-Mize hardware distribution employees in Atchison, KS, all voted to decertify unpopular Teamsters local unions.