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PHOTOS: Labor allies in Boston honor MLK's commitment to civil and workers' rights by supporting Amazon workers organizing for safe working conditions and a union. ✊



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Proud to stand with labor allies including Team and CBTU today in honor of Dr Martin Luther King Jr's Birthday and his commitment to civil and workers rights and to highlight how companies like Amazon (that also own Whole Foods) and Jeff Bezos treats all its workers and how they bust attempts at unionization everywhere even though it's the right of all workers to organize and join one should they choose to #whenwefightwewin #ProtectAllWorkers #amazonunionnow ... See MoreSee Less

Boston School Bus Union.

USW Local 8751 Membership Meeting
Thursday, January 20
6:30 PM
Boston Teachers Union
GPS: "Carson Place", 180 Mt Vernon St, Dorchester

In near-daily contract negotiations, including weekends, Local 8751's Committee & USW Staff Rep have fought back Transdev's union-busting concessions and brought Mayor Wu's administration to realize that the Union's demands for "Contract Justice" must be met.

The Transdev/City offer now stands at $1.00 (3.75%) retro to July 1, 2021, and 2% each for years 2 and 3. This is substantial, but not good enough for us essential, frontline workers who have sacrificed too many lives and too much financial loss throughout the pandemic. 4%, 3% 3% is the Union's minimum cost-of-living position...

...The Steelworkers and Local 8751's fighting Committee have told Transdev/City negotiators that our Jan. 20th Membership Meeting will be either a Contract Ratification Vote or a Strike Vote. No more fruitless extensions. We have been struggling and working overtime long enough without Contract Justice.

Due to the raging pandemic, Local 8751 is prepared to conduct the membership meeting via secure Zoom, if necessary. Watch your Union texts.

For FULL Union BULLETIN, click image above or read PDF here
drive.google.com/file/d/1Bvy79708uLvsKxlPtGjMfErcbHD4rEjh/view?usp=sharing

ALL OUT!
Membership Meeting
Thur. January 20
6:30 PM @BTU

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Boston School Bus Union. 

USW Local 8751 Membership Meeting
Thursday, January 20
6:30 PM
Boston Teachers Union
GPS: Carson Place, 180 Mt Vernon St, Dorchester

In near-daily contract negotiations, including weekends, Local 8751s Committee & USW Staff Rep have fought back Transdevs union-busting concessions and brought Mayor Wus administration to realize that the Unions demands for Contract Justice must be met.

The Transdev/City offer now stands at $1.00 (3.75%) retro to July 1, 2021, and 2% each for years 2 and 3.  This is substantial, but not good enough for us essential, frontline workers who have sacrificed too many lives and too much financial loss throughout the pandemic.  4%, 3% 3% is the Unions minimum cost-of-living position...

...The Steelworkers and Local 8751s fighting Committee have told Transdev/City negotiators that our Jan. 20th Membership Meeting will be either a Contract Ratification Vote or a Strike Vote.  No more fruitless extensions.  We have been struggling and working overtime long enough without Contract Justice.

Due to the raging pandemic, Local 8751 is prepared to conduct the membership meeting via secure Zoom, if necessary.  Watch your Union texts.  

For FULL Union BULLETIN, click image above or read PDF here
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Bvy79708uLvsKxlPtGjMfErcbHD4rEjh/view?usp=sharing

ALL OUT!
Membership Meeting
Thur. January 20
6:30 PM @BTU

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BREAKING: The re-run of the Amazon union election in Alabama will begin Feb. 4, according to National Labor Relations Board.

The election will be conducted by mail and votes will be counted March 28.
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