Secretary-Treasurerjrabinowitz@teamsters2010.org(510) 845-2221 ext:108
Jason Rabinowitz is the principal officer of Teamsters Local 2010 with decades of experience in protecting the rights of workers. Since coming to the Local in 2013, Jason has led the charge in building our Union into a powerhouse for workers’ rights in California, taking us from 29% membership to over 80% for the first time in Union history. Under his leadership, we have created an effective stewards program, conducted a powerful contract campaign culminating in successful strikes, won strong contracts with guaranteed raises for our membership, and organized thousands of new members into the Teamsters.
Before coming to Local 2010, Jason served as a Teamster lawyer for 16 years. His success in winning justice for workers in challenging cases made him one of the preeminent Union lawyers in California. For four years, Jason served as a Professor of Labor Law at UC Davis Law School. Jason became Executive Director of Teamsters Local 2010 in 2013 and was elected Secretary-Treasurer and Principal Officer in 2014. The members re-elected him to his position in 2016.
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Local 2010 Stands Together Through Tragedy
Dear CSU and UC Teamster,
In the past few days, California has been hit with catastrophic fires, including the Camp Fire in Paradise and the Woolsey Fire in Ventura County.
Many members of Teamsters Local 2010 have been affected by the fires, including at Chico State, where the nearby town of Paradise has been devastated, and many have lost their homes. CSU has closed the Chico, Sonoma and Channel Islands campuses. UCLA has closed several satellite locations.
The Union is a family, and our Teamster family pulls together during trying times. Teamsters Local 2010 stands with our skilled trades members at Chico State and all those affected by these disasters. We are working with our stewards to provide assistance to Teamster members in need. The Teamsters Union provides assistance through our Joint Councils and the Disaster Relief Fund of the International Union. For those members who have lost their homes or otherwise need assistance, please contact your Union Representative.
We are also standing together to enforce our rights at work during this crisis, including time off from work if you are affected by the fire. Our Contracts and California law protect workers from unsafe and unhealthy work environments. If you are feeling unwell due to smoky conditions in your workplace, you should immediately notify your supervisor and seek medical attention.
If you have any employment issues or need time to get your business in order due to the fire, please contact your Union Representative.
Through solidarity, we will persevere and thrive together as Teamsters.
Teamsters Local 2010