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Keurig Dr Pepper Makes the Disgusting Decision to Appeal the NLRB’s Recent Ruling

| February 13, 2020

On February 12, the American Bottling Company, a Keurig Dr Pepper subsidiary, filed a petition for review in the District Court of Appeals challenging the National Labor Relations Board’s recent Summary Order. According to the NLRB’s website, of the countless NLRB decisions issued in 2019, only two petitions for review were filed.  Most companies accept […]

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After NLRB Issues Summary Judgement, Local 727 Again Demands Keurig Dr Pepper Bargain with Northlake SSRs and AMs

After NLRB Issues Summary Judgement, Local 727 Again Demands Keurig Dr Pepper Bargain with Northlake SSRs and AMs

| February 7, 2020

Following the National Labor Relations Board’s issuing of a Summary Judgement against the American Bottling Company, a Keurig Dr Pepper subsidiary, Teamsters Local 727 Secretary-Treasurer John Coli, Jr. has mailed a third letter demanding the Company bargain with the Union over a first contract for Northlake Sales Service Representatives (SSRs) and Account Managers (AMs). “Instead […]

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GLCCD, the Grinch Who Ruined Christmas

| February 6, 2020

Great Lakes Coca-Cola Distribution’s hypocrisy has been put on display once again. The Company, which gifts its employees with cases of beer each holiday season, recently unjustly terminated two employees.  Though GLCCD did not have any policy or posted guidelines regarding Company gifts, the Company alleged that two employees had taken more than is allegedly […]

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Another Union Victory, NLRB Grants Summary Judgement Against Keurig Dr Pepper

| February 6, 2020

In yet another win for Teamsters Local 727, the National Labor Relations Board has issued a Summary Judgement against the American Bottling Company, a Keurig Dr Pepper subsidiary. The NLRB, which has certified the Union as the sole collective bargaining representative of Northlake-based Sales Service Representatives (SSRs) and Account Managers (AMs), has determined that Keurig […]

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CVS Claims Years of Overworking and Undervaluing Pharmacists is Justifiable Because ‘There Hasn’t Been a Mass Exodus’ of Workers

CVS Claims Years of Overworking and Undervaluing Pharmacists is Justifiable Because ‘There Hasn’t Been a Mass Exodus’ of Workers

| February 5, 2020

Teamsters Local 727 and representatives of retail pharmacy giant CVS (NYSE: CVS) returned to the bargaining table on Thursday, January 30, marking the first time in over a year that the parties met to continue negotiating a successor collective bargaining agreement for CVS pharmacists.  The meeting was scheduled as a result of the Union’s recent […]

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