Joint Council 7 is pleased to announce the Annual Teamsters Joint Council 7 Harry Polland/Bob Morales Scholarship Fund. This program will provide $1,000 to the child of one member in each of the following affiliated Local Unions: 70, 87, 137, 150, 315, 350, 386, 431, 439, 517, 533, 665, 853, 856, 890, 896, 912, 948,… Read more »
On February 23, about 50 part-time UPSers from Local 315 met up that early Wednesday morning in Richmond, California to be bussed to the UPS Center in San Francisco. The bus was chartered by our local union to meet at the UPS building for a “Day of Action” to protest the pay cuts the part-timers… Read more »
The City of Concord and the building trades unions reached an agreement in August for a project labor agreement under which they’ll redevelop the Concord Naval Weapons Base. This facility, originally a storage depot in World War II, was used for military staging up through the Gulf War before getting mothballed. It will soon become… Read more »
This morning, Joint Council 7 Teamsters picketed at a Castro stop along shuttle drivers’ routes working for WeDriveU and Loop Inc. Along their bus route, we delayed shuttles to ask for a secure retirement for these drivers who transport tech workers from San Francisco to Silicon Valley for companies like Apple, Google, and Tesla.
Secretary-Treasurer Don E. Garcia, Business Agents Mike Hughes and Nick Berry joined forces with California labor leaders yesterday to protect the Dynamex decision by speak with assembly members and senators in Sacramento.
Local 315 Secretary-Treasurer Don E. Garcia, President Alberto Ruiz, Trustee Carlos Borba, Business Agents Dustin Baumbach, and David Rodriguez attended the Solid Waste Division meeting at the Teamsters’ Unity Conference 2018.
Last Friday, Local 315 President Alberto Ruiz participated in solidarity with Ron Herrera, Director At-Large for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters’ Solid Waste Division, during his negotiations for Republic Services in Long Beach, CA.
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees’ (AFSCME) Local 1733 organized a rally and march to pay homage to their union brothers, who fought for a safer workplace, and a civil rights legacy, who fought in solidarity.