December 8, 2018 from 11am-2pm
Heavy Duty Diesel Technicians, Welders, and a Tire Technician needed full-time at S.E.G. Trucking in Concord. See flyer for more details.Read More
Last weekend, Teamsters Local 315 women joined forces with about 1,300 other North American Teamsters at the Annual Teamsters Women’s Conference to create conversation on various workplace issues, comparing campaigning strategies from across membership, and attending trainings on how to improve the workplace for everyone.Read More
Teamsters Local 315 members pushed for contract offers from the company guaranteeing safety and parity among workers. The 4 various contracts within Contra Cost Country included West County Resource Recovery, West Contra Costa Sanitary Landfill (Golden Bear Transfer Station), and Richmond Sanitary Services’ (RSS) separated Garbage and Recycling Division.
With guided experience of International Brotherhood of Teamsters Solid Waste Representative Carlos Borba, Business Agent David Rodriguez embarked on what would become a 6-month crusade with in juggling contract negotiations between the various worksites. The biggest concerns voiced by members included parity with coworkers and working conditions with an emphasis on safety. The Garbage and Recycle Division at RSS bargain on two separate contracts, with the same job responsibilities and had unequal contract offers. Working conditions were a large issue due to stories from Local 315’s membership that shined light on problematic practices.
Business Agent David Rodriguez, who represents all the worksites, proudly mentioned that “members in each individual contract stood together regarding parity for each union brother and sister to have a good living wage. We had an impending strike, but with workers who continued to stand strong, we won a good contract.”Read More
Chartered as a General Local in 1936 Teamsters Local 315 represents over 4,500 members primarily in Contra Costa, Napa, & Solano Counties, including members in various other regions of the San Francisco Bay Area.
We are very proud of our history and thankful to the retirees who helped build this local union. We will continue to organize, stay politically active, and fight for economic and social justice.
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“We work to represent our hardworking members, and continue to fight for basic decency and respect on the job.” -Alberto Ruiz & Don E. Garcia
Upcoming Meeting and Events
- 8th Dec 2018 11:00:am
Location: 2727 Alhambra AveJoin us for some delicious food and holiday cheer! Bring your children and grandkids to meet Santa, who will have a gift for all children 12 or younger. Be sure to bring donations for our canned food drive to help spread good tidings to those in need.
- 12th Dec 2018 8:00:pm
Location: 445 Nebraska StOur last membership meeting of the year! Meet us at our Vallejo office at 8pm.