Sunday, August 26, 2007
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
- Threatening employees with loss of jobs or benefits if they join or vote for a union or engage in protected concerted activity.
- Threatening to close the plant if employees select a union to represent them.
- Questioning employees about their union sympathies or activities in circumstances that tend to interfere with, restrain or coerce employees in the exercise of their rights under the Act.
- Promising benefits to employees to discourage their union support.
- Transferring, laying off, terminating, assigning employees more difficult work tasks, or otherwise punishing employees because they engaged in union or protected concerted activity.
- Transferring, laying off, terminating, assigning employees more difficult work tasks, or otherwise punishing employees because they filed unfair labor practice charges or participated in an investigation conducted by NLRB.
- Forming, or attempting to form, a union among the employees of your employer.
- Joining a union whether the union is recognized by your employer or not.
- Assisting a union in organizing your fellow employees.
- Engaging in protected concerted activities. Generally, "protected concerted activity" is group activity which seeks to modify wages or working conditions.
- Refusing to do any or all of these things. However, the union and employer, in a State where such agreements are permitted, may enter into a lawful union-security clause requiring employees to pay union dues and fees.
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Well my fellow employees, seems that the managers at the
Under the National Relation Labor Board, Sec 8(a) (1):
*Threatening employees with loss of jobs or benefits if they should join a union or vote for a union
* Spying on Union gatherings, or pretending on spy
Also section 7.
These managers are not above the law. There are charges filed against many divisions of the FedEx Company right now! Just read the Post just below this one.
If you want to file a claim contact the National Relations Labor Board, or call:
The Law Offices
Levy, Stern and Ford
Or contact us at the email address at the bottom of this blog.
THE TIME TO ORGANIZE IS NOW!
Monday, August 13, 2007
and David Mildenberg
The court is weighing suits filed by 150 independent contract drivers who say they are treated as full-time employees and should be paid as such. Limiting the FedEx ground-delivery unit's use of contractors may wreck its chances of gaining on larger rival UPS. The unit helped FedEx take as much as 19 percent of the ground-delivery market, while UPS has fallen from 82 percent to 70 percent in the past decade.
* for more on this article read comments:
Tuesday, August 7, 2007
§ Participation under Western Conference of Teamsters Pension Trust Fund: Immediate vesting, and you are entitled to two years of credit for every year of employment, up to a limit of 10 years. After working 5 years, your pension benefits would add up as if you had been in the plan for 15 years.
§ Representation and grievance process; you are no longer an “at-will” employee. USF Reddaway management can make no unilateral changes to your working conditions. Work rules are subject to negotiation. Protection against loss of bargaining unit work through sub-contracting.
§ Vacation paid at 1/52
§ Improved health insurance benefits
§ Paid jury duty (5 days)
§ Senioriy prevails for bids, vacation, etc. No more favoritism.
§ Orderly and fair process for workers to become full-time employees
§ Workers at non-union terminals will not receive superior wages or benefits.
§ Initiation fee is waived for those employed prior to execution of contract. No dues paid until contract executed
§ Workers in approximately 50 other terminals in western U.S. are eligible for representation under contract as soon as it is ratified at recognized terminals. Card check recognition for new terminals.
* This is a sample of what a contract can get us if we all unite together.
Monday, August 6, 2007
Pomona and Compton 86 Yes - 4 No ( combined) , Local 63
New Mexico 17 Yes - 0 No , Local 492
Phoenix 64 Yes - 1 No , Local 104
Total 213 Yes - 13 No.
** When details have been released on this contract look to this blogsite.
Saturday, August 4, 2007
*MORE ON COMMENTS:
Wednesday, August 1, 2007
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Original Post On www.fedexwatch.com
My uncle at usf reddaway said the new teamsters contract will allow part time workers to become full time workers, with a top pay of $ 22.18 an hour, one other thing at Fedex looking at the old time dock workers they have fringe benefits, and especially Fedex wanna be supervisor also have fringe benefits, who could care less about part time workers, also I am considering in joining those workers at FedEx who display the "union yes" sign on their car out side the parking lot, hopefully I will meet one of you guys and obtain a sign for my car.