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Update: NLRB Issues Complaint Against Buddy’s Parking Company LLC, Hearing Set for March

| November 30, 2017

Earlier this year, Teamsters Local 727 filed three unfair labor practice charges against Buddy’s Parking, LLC. The charges allege a refusal to bargain in good faith with the Union based on Buddy’s refusal to process grievances, provide information and most seriously, its refusal to bargain over the effects of its total layoff of all bargaining […]

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Chicago Parking Valet’s Julio Gonzalez ARRESTED for Failing to Appear in Federal Court

| November 28, 2017

Julio Gonzalez of Chicago Parking Valet was taken into custody today by a U.S. Marshal. Only five business days prior, U.S. District Court Judge Joan B. Gottschell issued a bench warrant for Gonzalez’s arrest for his failure to appear in federal court and defend himself against a lawsuit filed by Teamsters Local 727 to enforce […]

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Area Standards Required at MCM Parking

Area Standards Required at MCM Parking

| November 20, 2017

Teamsters Local 727 is currently conducting an area standards demonstration against MCM Parking Inc. MCM Parking took over parking operations at the Constellation Condominiums from Pioneer Parking on October 1, 2017, but is not paying area standard wages or providing area standard employment benefits like Pioneer Parking. The garage is located at 1555 N. Dearborn […]

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Parking Members Receive $0.75 Annual Contractual Raise

| November 8, 2017

Last year, Teamsters Local 727 negotiated annual wage raises in the master parking agreement. The agreement covers more than 2,000 parking attendants working at commercial and residential locations throughout the Chicago area. Each contract anniversary, increases are allocated between wages and benefit contributions. This year’s annual contract wage increase is $0.75 per hour and went […]

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The National Labor Relations Board Orders ABM to “Cease and Desist”

| September 21, 2017

The National Labor Relations Board recently ordered ABM to “cease and desist” from unlawfully: Failing and refusing to provide information to Teamsters Local 727 Administering overly broad rules that interfere with employees’ rights under the National Labor Relations Act, and Making unilateral changes without first notifying or bargaining with the Union Additionally, ABM was ordered […]

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