OTHER RECENT UNION NEWS

Local 727 Secures Retroactivity, Advance, and Due Process for Preventable Accidents in CDT Extension Agreement

| December 5, 2019

Teamsters Local 727 and Cook DuPage Transportation, Inc., a subsidiary of National Express, met to continue negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement on Tuesday, November 19 and Thursday, November 21.  Though PACE was expected to award the bid months ago, the Company informed the Union during the parties’ last bargaining sessions that PACE had […]

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Keurig Dr Pepper Lies Again, Spends Money on Outside Counsel in Attempt to Defend Bad Behavior

| November 25, 2019

Teamsters Local 727 was recently contacted by an individual who identified himself as an American Bottling Company employee and stated that he worked as a picker in the Company’s Tinley Park warehouse, a facility that came under scrutiny earlier this year while Local 727 and the Keurig Dr Pepper subsidiary were in the midst of […]

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Holiday Magic is Back at Brookfield Zoo!

| November 25, 2019

Looking for a fun way to support your Teamsters Local 727 Brothers and Sisters?  Bundle up the family and bring everyone down to the Chicago Zoological Society’s Holiday Magic at Brookfield Zoo! Stop by Chicagoland’s largest and longest running lights festival to see over one million holiday lights, participate in festive activities, and practice your […]

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In Shocking Move, NLRB Seeks Smaller Remedy Against Keurig Dr Pepper in Consolidated ULP Cases

| November 22, 2019

Labor Board Fails to Request Restoration of Status Quo for SSR Elimination In September, Region 13 of the National Labor Relations Board found merit with several unfair labor practice charges filed by Teamsters Local 727 against the American Bottling Company, a Keurig Dr Pepper subsidiary.  In light of the Labor Board’s recent upholding of Local […]

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Local 727 Stands in Solidarity with Indiana Teachers as they Demand Change

| November 21, 2019

Over 100 school districts in Indiana closed on Tuesday as thousands of teachers and their allies joined together to protest outside of the state’s capital, according to ABC News.  In an impressive show of solidarity, the Indiana State Teachers Association organized the “Red for Ed” day of action to demand better pay for teachers, a […]

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