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.
Ride hail drivers took their vehicles on a slow procession through Seattle neighborhoods today to call for better working conditions at Uber and Lyft.
The summer issue of our DOC Guardian newsletter is hot off the press!
A powerful spirit of sisterhood coursed through our union hall on Saturday as more than 100 members gathered together for our first-ever Teamsters 117 Womxn's Conference.
More good news from Olympia! The Washington State Legislature has fully funded our DOC collective bargaining agreement for the 2019-2021 biennium.