Archive for April, 2018

Local 727 Files ULP Against Osco in Defense of a Member

| April 20, 2018

Teamsters Local 727 filed an unfair labor practice charge with Region 13 of the National Labor Relations Board against Osco alleging the Company violated the National Labor Relations Act by retaliating against a pharmacist for exercising their rights under the CBA. Though Local 727 brought this issue to Osco’s attention immediately, Osco refused to offer […]

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Reminder to Register for Local 727 Charitable Fund Golf Outing on May 21

| April 16, 2018

Are you dusting off your golf clubs? The First Annual Teamsters Local 727 Charitable Fund Golf Outing is fast approaching! Scheduled for May 21st, this outing will be the first fundraising event hosted by the recently formed Teamsters Local 727 Charitable Fund, which aims to support local charities and nonprofits in their efforts to improve […]

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“Why I Wear Red:” A Message from John Coli Jr., Secretary-Treasurer of Teamsters Local 727

“Why I Wear Red:” A Message from John Coli Jr., Secretary-Treasurer of Teamsters Local 727

| April 10, 2018

The Teamsters Local 727 office staff and I are all wearing red today in support of the fight for pay equity. Today, April 10th, Equal Pay Day, is symbolic for how many days into this new year an average American woman has to work to earn the same amount of pay an average man earned […]

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Union Files an Unfair Labor Practice Charge Against GLCCD Alleging Retaliation Against Union Steward

| April 6, 2018

Teamsters Local 727 filed an unfair labor practice charge with Region 13 of the National Labor Relations Board against Great Lakes Coca-Cola Distribution alleging the Company retaliated against a Union steward who was engaging in union activity. The ULP filing is a direct result of in-person meetings – held without a Union representative present – […]

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Wear Red on Equal Pay Day to Show Your Support for Pay Equity

| April 5, 2018

Equal Pay Day will be observed nationwide on Tuesday, April 10th. This April date is symbolic for how many days into the new year an average American woman has to work to earn the same amount of pay an average man earned the previous year. Put another way, in the United States, women earn 80 […]

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