A group of members who attended the DOC contract signing in Olympia yesterday spent a few minutes celebrating on the steps of the State Capitol then got straight to work.
Mari Jane Friel and Anthony McKinney are a couple of stand-out union activists. Both have excelled at building a strong union in their workplaces and organizing their co-workers.
Our 2019-2021 DOC collective bargaining agreement was signed yesterday by the Governor and our union's Secretary-Treasurer John Scearcy in a short ceremony in Olympia.
At Sea-Tac Airport, Fleetlogix unjustly terminated Nurto Abdi, and it was subsequently overturned during the grievance process.
After months of struggle, Teamsters who work at Industrial Container Services (ICS) have achieved a monumental win. Yesterday the group voted overwhelmingly to ratify a new three-year contract.
Over the last several years, our Union's Executive Board has sent rank-and-file members to National Police Week in Washington D.C.
Congress is considering new legislation that will give Public Safety Telecommunicators the recognition they deserve.
Ride hail drivers took their vehicles on a slow procession through Seattle neighborhoods today to call for better working conditions at Uber and Lyft.
Uber and Lyft drivers will caravan together through Seattle neighborhoods to City Hall on Thursday to demand fair pay, a due process to appeal deactivations, and a voice.
The summer issue of our DOC Guardian newsletter is hot off the press!