Teamsters Union Local 190
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    Withdrawal Card Request

    If you have recently terminated your employment, are on unpaid sick leave or a leave of absence – or have been laid off – it is important to request a withdrawal card from Teamsters Local 190.

    A withdrawal card allows you to maintain your union membership on an inactive basis. In other words, if you are on “withdrawal status,” you will not owe union dues during the time you are not working but will remain in good standing with the union. In order to be eligible for a withdrawal card, your initiation fees must be paid in full and your union dues must be paid current.

    Failure to request a withdrawal card will make you responsible for all back dues and possibly a re-initiation fee if you start work again under a Teamster employer. Your request should be submitted before the end of the month in which you last worked.

    Please contact us as soon as possible so we can send you an official withdrawal card.

    Teamsters Union Local 190  406-248-2658  TitanOP@Teamsters190.com

  • Who Are The Teamsters?
    Updated On: Feb 27, 2016

    Who Are The Teamsters?

    The Teamsters Union is North America's strongest and most diverse labor union. In 1903, the Teamsters started as a merger of the two leading team driver associations. These drivers were the backbone of America’s robust economic growth, but they needed to organize to wrest their fair share from greedy corporations. Today, the Union’s task is exactly the same. 

    The Teamsters are known as the champion of freight drivers and warehouse workers, but have organized workers in virtually every occupation imaginable, both professional and non-professional, private sector and public sector. 

    Our 1.4 million members are public defenders in Minnesota; vegetable workers in California; sanitation workers in New York; brewers in St. Louis; newspaper workers in Seattle; construction workers in Las Vegas; zoo keepers in Pennsylvania; healthcare workers in Rhode Island; bakery workers in Maine; airline pilots, secretaries and police officers. Name the occupation and chances are we represent those workers somewhere.

    Teamsters stand ready to organize workers who want to bargain collectively. Once a contract is negotiated and signed, the Union works to enforce it—holding management’s feet to the fire and invoking contract grievance procedures if management chooses not to. Wages and benefits under Teamster contracts are markedly better than those of non-union employees in similar jobs. Teamster contracts are the guarantors of decent wages, fair promotion, health coverage, job security, paid time-off and retirement income.

    The Teamsters Union also performs vital tasks in such areas as pension management, safety & health, community outreach, governmental affairs and communications. For more than a century, the Teamsters have been a public voice for the rights and aspirations of working men and women and a key player in securing them.


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