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    Default DHL Drivers Say Yes to Teamsters Local 251

    Workers at DHL NH LLC had enough of management abuse and voted overwhelming to join Teamsters Local 251 in East Providence, Rhode Island on June 7.

    The 28 workers, who sort and deliver packages for DHL throughout Rhode Island, voted 23-2 for a union after enduring low wages, unaffordable health care and no retirement plan.

    “Nothing about the campaign was easy,” said Matt Taibi, Local 251 Secretary-Treasurer. “It was tough, but these workers stuck it out and are already focused on negotiating their first contract.”

    The workers approached Local 251 organizer Mike Simone in April. Simone and Local 251 acted quickly and formed a committee. The entire Local 251 team joined together to beat back an anti-union campaign.
    https://teamster.org/news/2017/06/dh...ters-local-251

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    Default Re: DHL Drivers Say Yes to Teamsters Local 251

    Can't believe there are still pockets of DHL personal that are non-union.

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    Scab Hating Union Thug

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    Default Re: DHL Drivers Say Yes to Teamsters Local 251

    Quote Originally Posted by fxstc07 View Post
    Can't believe there are still pockets of DHL personal that are non-union.
    The office personnel are but that's all we have in Salt Lake. Enjoyed some classless intimidation from their hired goons when we hand billed the drivers. They called the police on us too for dipping a toe on DHL property. They had anti union meetings every morning for weeks. The company intimidation worked. Those drivers were afraid of their shadows.

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