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October 7, 2014

Facebook drivers call on CEO to help union efforts

In a letter, the top Teamsters official for Northern California urged Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg to press Facebook’s shuttle bus contractor to agree to bargain with the union on behalf of the 40 drivers who ferry Facebook employees to work.


January 14, 2014

Omnitrans, union reach 3-year contract agreement

Teamsters employees will see their first wage increase in six years next July, when a 2.5% raise will kick in, under the new agreement. The following year wages will increase 2.75%. Agency contributions to employee benefits will also rise.


July 29, 2013

Calif. agency workers strike

Paratransit Services, the Washington-based nonprofit that has operated Lake Transit since 2007, has been in ongoing negotiations for a new three-year contract with members of Teamsters Local 665


August 3, 2012

Sun Tran, Teamsters reach labor agreement

The new contract was ratified with a vote of 212 to 69.


September 22, 2010

Lake Transit Authority avoids paratransit service strike

The contract terms include a 1.5-percent wage increase retroactive to July 1, up from the 1-percent wage increase Bremerton, Wash.-based Paratransit Services had previous proposed.


August 2, 2010

Update: Sun Tran, Union reach impasse

Agreement is not reached, union members authorize a work stoppage as of 12:01 a.m. Monday.


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