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Park USA Makes Furloughed Teamsters Local 727 Members Whole

| May 5, 2020

Teamsters Local 727 applauds the recent efforts of valet parking company, Park USA. A small privately-owned valet company based out of Elgin, IL, Park USA  was the first parking company (of what will hopefully be many) to pay illegally furloughed Teamsters Local 727 parking members using approved funding under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), a […]

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Teamsters 727 Preserves Jobs, Wages and Benefits at One Parking During Stay at Home Order

| May 4, 2020

While much of the world wages the battle against COVID-19 by “sheltering in place”, Teamsters Local 727 has continued to fight to preserve the full wages and benefits which are guaranteed to members under their collective bargaining agreements. We are proud to report that as a result of 727’s persistence and demands, One Parking has […]

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Teamsters Local 727 Applauds A&R Janitorial

Teamsters Local 727 Applauds A&R Janitorial

| April 17, 2020

Teamsters Local 727 would like to show our appreciation to the management team at A&R Janitorial, the first company (of what will hopefully be many) to be approved for funding under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), a provision of the recently passed Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.  The PPP, signed into law […]

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NLRB Orders CC Traffic to Make Whole & Reimburse with Interest Local 727 Members

NLRB Orders CC Traffic to Make Whole & Reimburse with Interest Local 727 Members

| October 1, 2019

The National Labor Relations Board has issued a default judgement against CC Traffic and Property Management Company LLC as a result of the Company’s failure to respond to NLRB-issued complaints from 2018. The case against CC Traffic initially stems from an unfair labor practice charge filed by Teamsters Local 727 against the Company on March […]

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Local 727 Members Stand with Striking University of Chicago Medical Center Nurses, Refuse to Cross Picket Lines Sanctioned by Joint Council 25

| September 20, 2019

According to the National Nurses Organizing Committee and National Nurses United, University of Chicago Medical Center registered nurses walked off the job today over forced overtime and understaffing issues they say put patients’ safety at risk.  While the group of over 2,000 unionized nurses planned only to hold a one-day strike, it has been reported […]

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