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…, Cliff Doi, told the San Jose Mercury News: This is the change we’ve been waiting for, but we’ll see what happens when we start negotiating a contract. That’s when the real battle begins. We just hope the rest of the shuttle drivers around the Bay area will join us in our fight. Loop Transportation president Jeff Leonoudakis released a statement…
The drivers of Facebook’s shuttle buses, who actually work for Loop Transportation, will vote Wednesday to decide whether to join a local chapter of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Business Insider reported. If the drivers vote to join the Teamsters, the union will be able to negotiate on their behalf for higher wages and better working conditions, according to Business Insider.
… Facebook and several other tech companies in Silicon Valley provide shuttle buses to transport their employees, and according to The New York Times, if the 40 drivers from Facebook’s contractor, Loop Transportation, have their way, the social network’s buses will soon be driven by Teamsters. The Times reported that the drivers’ main issue…