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We are Teamsters Local 2010

Teamsters Local 2010 is the Union of 14,000 hard-working employees throughout the University of California system.  We are affiliated with the 1.4 million members of the Teamsters Union across the United States and Canada.

Together we are building a strong Union with the power to win better wages, benefits, and working conditions.  We strive to protect workers' rights through capable, determined labor representation.

Join us in our fight for a better workplace and the preservation of the working and middle class. 

What's New at Teamsters Local 2010
Secretary-Treasurer July Message to Members
Dear UC Teamster: Since my last letter to you, Teamsters Local 2010 has continued to chalk up one great accomplishment after another, as we build our strength of membership and gear up our strategic campaign for a fair contract. Read More...
Teamsters End Member Discrimination on Incentive Programs Across UC
Teamsters Local 2010 would like to congratulate UCLA Assistant Chapter Coordinator Arlistel Williams on his recent STAR Award nomination and UCLA member Ariana Cuevas for winning the STAR award this past month. Read More...
Fresh Training Invigorates Local 2010 Leaders
Teamsters take the next step in building a strong contract campaign as Local 2010 held organizing trainings with a brand new curriculum in both Northern and Southern California on July 11 and July 18, respectively. Read More...
Pressure Rises on Low Wages, UC Sets $15 Minimum Wage
At Wednesday’s Regents Board meeting, University of California President Janet Napolitano announced that a minimum wage of $15 an hour will be paid to all UC workers, by 2017. The labor movement has been hard at work pushing to raise the minimum wage across the country with successes this week in both Los Angeles and New York. Read More...

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