Critically Low Staffing Levels Create Safety Crisis in NH State Prisons

Concord, NH (June 29, 2017) – Teamsters Local 633 today urged people across New Hampshire to get behind correctional officers who are warning of a major safety crisis in the NH state prison system…. see full article on Concord Patch.


Overtime Exhaustion For more than a decade, New Hampshire prisons have been under enormous pressure.  The prison population has gone up as staff numbers have gone down.  Aside from the inmates, few feel the consequences as acutely as the state’s correctional officers. Corrections Sergeant Justin Jardine represents prison officers with … Continue reading

UPS Rising

UPS Rising represents more than 250,000 Teamsters throughout the United States who work at UPS and UPS Freight. As UPS is the single largest employer of our union, our strength at UPS is the strength of the entire Teamsters union. We are RISING up to ensure that management abides by … Continue reading

Thousands of New Hampshire Workers Launch New Fight to Stop Harmful Right to Work Legislation

  Thousands of New Hampshire Workers Launch New Fight to Stop Harmful Right to Work Legislation Workers across New Hampshire to contact legislators in effort to prevent Right to Work bill that would drive down wages, weaken the middle class and threaten economic growth Concord, NH (February 7, 2017) – Thousands of workers with Teamsters Union Local 633 today launched … Continue reading


Cheshire County Corrections Officers held a vote on June, 22, 2016, to determine whether or not they would vote the Teamsters Local 633 as their exclusive representative. The vote was scheduled by the NH Public Employees Labor Relations Board. Joint Council 10 Organizer Roger Travers organized the group under the … Continue reading

UPS Wage Discrepancy Issues

Dear Brothers and Sisters: It has come to my attention that numerous employees have unwittingly gotten themselves into a situation where they owe the company money. This has resulted from members being mistakenly overpaid for the time worked. In some cases, this has amounted to thousands of dollars which can … Continue reading

Dave Laughton Supports the Manchester Principals and Assistant Principals

On, October 20, 2015, Secretary/Treasurer and Principal Officer Dave Laughton attended a meeting before the Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen in support of our members. The Manchester Principals and Assistant Principals made a presentation concerning the resumption of the Joint Committee consisting of Aldermen, School Committee Members and representatives … Continue reading