News

Union Victory at Laurelton

Management has returned a fired alternate steward to work after a rally and grievance hearing today in front of the Laurelton building. The Working Families Party continues to show up for our local. Thanks city council candidate Alaida Gagarin and Brad Lander who is running for comptroller for your solidarity today and at multiple union actions at UPS.

Informing & Uniting 22.4 Drivers

Across the local, shop stewards are volunteering to come in on Saturday to stand with 22.4 drivers and enforce the contract.

Pass the Pro Act: Organizing for Justice and Union Rights Continues

Amazon workers and the labor movement suffered a high-profile setback when the majority of the workers in Bessemer, Alabama voted against joining the Retail Wholesale and Department Store Workers Union (RWDSU). The loss shows the need for both labor law reform and organizing at a mass scale at the company.

Teamster Convention 2021

Local 804 delegates to the Teamster Convention will vote to nominate International Union Candidates and amend the Teamster Constitution to increase members’ rights.

804 News—Spring 2021 Issue

Check out  the latest issue of 804 News for coverage of the battle at Laurelton, fighting retaliation, uniting 22.4 drivers, what's at stake at the upcoming Teamster Convention, and more.

 

Celebrating Memorial Day

Teamsters Local 804 remembers the men and women who gave their lives in service to their country. Be safe and protect your license this holiday weekend. Don't drink and drive.  

General Membership Meeting Registration

The next Local 804 General Membership Meeting will be held on Sunday, May 23 at 10:00 am via Zoom. You must register in advance to participate. Click here to register.

 

Wrongfully Fired Members Returning to Work at Laurelton

Thanks to the solidarity of Local 804 members and support from the community, the ten wrongfully fired members are returning to their jobs at UPS in Laurelton. 

804 Mourns the Passing of John Brown

Local 804 mourns the passing of John Brown, a good man and a good Teamster. Brother Brown served on the Local 804 Executive Board with Ron Carey. 

His funeral will be held at Unity Funeral Chapels on Thursday, May 6. The viewing is from 10am to noon and the service begins at noon. The chapel will hold 75 people seated at social distance. Please wear your mask.  

Unity Funeral Chapels is located at 2352 8th Avenue 126th Street. For more information, call 212-666-8300 or see www.unityfuneralchapels.com.