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No Strike — Golden Gate Members to Vote District’s Offer

October 10, 2014

UPDATE — October 16, 2014 Teamsters 856 and 665 members working for the Golden Gate Bridge Highway & Transportation District will not be holding a bus service strike on Friday, October 17, in order to allow for the membership to vote on the District’s latest offer. “We’ve received an offer from the District and weRead More >

856 Walks Picket Line in Solidarity with Ferry Captains

September 26, 2014

Today, Teamsters 856 members at the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District are walking the picket line in solidarity with the Ferry Boat Captains’ one-day strike. Members of the 13-union Golden Gate Labor Coalition, which includes Teamsters 856, set up picket lines at dawn at the Larkspur Ferry Terminal and will continue to strikeRead More >

Golden Gate Bridge Members Take Action at Board Meeting

September 12, 2014

Teamsters 856 members working at the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District joined their fellow members in the Golden Gate Labor Coalition for an informational picket at the Board of Directors meeting on September 12. The Coalition took the action after months of bargaining in which the District has proposed draconian cuts to theRead More >

Mt. Diablo Members Secure First Teamster Contract

September 8, 2014

On August 28, newly organized Mount Diablo Unified School District Unit members overwhelmingly ratified their first ever Teamster 856 contract. The new agreement includes 9% in wage improvements, increased healthcare contributions from the District, and the first phase of a long term healthcare restructuring plan to alleviate out-of-pocket healthcare costs. When the nearly 500 maintenanceRead More >

856 plays vital role in $15 mil for St. Rose Hospital

July 28, 2014

On July 8, Union Representative Matthew Mullany thanked the Alameda County Board of Supervisors for their support of St. Rose Hospital when they voted to grant the struggling facility $15 million. The vote comes after a yearlong push by Teamsters 856 to secure much-needed funding for the fiscally ailing hospital. Principal Officer Peter Finn, PoliticalRead More >