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Leaders of local unions that represent workers at USF Reddaway convened via conference call on August 29 and unanimously endorsed the tentative TNFINC-Reddaway Freight Agreement covering approximately 1,300 Teamsters, paving the way for a vote by the membership.

The Teamsters National Freight Industry Negotiating Committee (TNFINC) for these negotiations was made up of 25 officers and stewards from numerous local unions across the Pacific Northwest and Western U.S. that represent employees at Reddaway.
The tentative agreement, which runs for two years, from April 1, 2019 through March 31, 2021, contains numerous improvements, including:

$2.05 in wage increases over two years for the vast majority of workers (a 10% increase for an average worker) including a $1.00 wage increase retroactive to April 1, 2019 (over 6% increase in year one alone); line drivers will see more than 5 cents per mile over that time and workers in progression will receive the proportionate amount of those increases as well;

Significant increases for dock-only, clerical, maintenance employees, janitors and porters, including a $1.00 wage increase retroactive to April 1, 2019;

Restoration of the week of vacation that was given up in 2015 (in other words, employees otherwise entitled to four or five weeks of vacation) commencing April 1, 2019. Every eligible worker will receive the extra week (or pay in lieu of) on their anniversary date between April 1, 2019 and March 31, 2020;

Protection of health and welfare benefits: Up to $0.50 per hour increases each year for those funds formerly governed by the Northwest Agreement. The company agreed to provide the Western Teamsters Welfare Trust with fixed guaranteed amounts to maintain benefits;

Improved language to curb excessive executive bonuses and ensure workers a share in any financial prosperity that other YRCW employees may enjoy;

Prohibitions against using driverless and autonomous trucks;
and Prohibitions against implementing driver-facing cameras.