Jeff Padellaro has made the Governor aware, through direct communication, that the current staffing levels of the Department of Corrections are unacceptable. The overtime necessary to maintain critical staffing for the Concord facility on July 8th and 9th was beyond unacceptable. On the 8th of July over 49% of the posts were filled by officers working overtime; on July 9th, over 47% of the posts were filled by officers working overtime. The majority of those officers are forced to work double shifts several times a week. The men and women who work for the Department of Corrections are dedicated professionals who have continually reported to work knowing that their 8- hour shift will more likely than not result in an 16- hour stay. The state has failed to recruit a sufficient number of recruits to reverse this dangerous trend. The only way to increase recruitment in this tough and dangerous profession is to offer a compensation package that is comparable to other law enforcement opportunities that exist in NH or close-by in Massachusetts. Jeff Padellaro, along with your negotiating team made up of veteran COs, will continue to educate the state and the public regarding the need to properly fund this department and support the men and women who make it work.
United Parcel ServiceUPS AND UPS FREIGHT TEAMSTERS AT LOCAL 633 SAY NO CONCESSIONS
At successive contract meeting held yesterday, New Hampshire Teamsters voted unanimously to reject agreements negotiated by the International. Principal Officer Jeffrey Padellaro and Business Agent Kevin Foley met with UPS and UPS Freight workers on Sunday, August 26, 2018, to discuss the current tentative agreement on the table. After an informative … Continue reading →Teamsters Local 633 Wins $23,000 Arbitration Award for UPS Freight Worker
July 19, 2018 Myrtle Beach S.C. Before the Teamsters/UPS Freight Eastern Region Grievance and Arbitration Panel Teamsters Local 633 scored a big Arbitration victory for our member Robert Ventullo who was wrongfully terminated by UPS Freight. “UPS is a giant corporation who thought they could trample all over my due … Continue reading →
Granite State Teamsters Newsletter
Local 633 Snapshots2019 RECIPIENTS OF LOCAL 633 SCHOLARSHIPS
Principal Officer Jeffrey Padellaro announced the Local 633’s Scholarship Recipients for 2019. Jeff stated, “This is truly Teamsters supporting Teamsters. The Scholarship Fund is funded by voluntary donations from our members and other Local Teamster Unions throughout the country. College is an expensive investment and every little … Continue reading →LOCAL 633 EXECUTIVE BOARD SWORN IN BY SEAN O’BRIEN
Sean O’Brien, President and Principal Officer of Local 25, attended our Local Monthly Memebership Meeting to address the membership and swear in Local 633’s Executive Board. Sean discussed the importance of getting our younger members involved in the Union to keep the fight for workers’ rights going. His message was … Continue reading →David W. Laughton Honored at October Union Meeting
Principal Officer Jeff Padellaro honored the decades of dedicated service that David W. Laughton provided to the men and women of Local 633, and to the Teamsters Organization, at this month’s general membership meeting. Dave’s relationship with the Teamsters began in 1971 when he worked as a union truck driver … Continue reading →UPS AND UPS FREIGHT TEAMSTERS AT LOCAL 633 SAY NO CONCESSIONS
At successive contract meeting held yesterday, New Hampshire Teamsters voted unanimously to reject agreements negotiated by the International. Principal Officer Jeffrey Padellaro and Business Agent Kevin Foley met with UPS and UPS Freight workers on Sunday, August 26, 2018, to discuss the current tentative agreement on the table. After an informative … Continue reading →
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State COs risk their lives every day to protect us, and now it's our turn to protect them, @GovChrisSununu. #nhpolitics #teamsters #1u
TONIGHT: Gov Sununu on WBZ 1030 AM BOSTON w Dan Rea Call 617-254-1030 or 888-929-1030 to ask why he won't stand up for our COs. #nhpolitics