The following information is intended to help you get the most out of the new Teamster.org. If you do not see the answers to your questions here, or need additional help, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- What are Action Alerts?
- I'm a Teamster, why can't I go straight into the members-only area?
- I have signed up for action alerts but have not received any emails.
- I can't find what I'm looking for.
- Can I pay my dues on Teamster.org?
These critical messages will alert you to ways Teamster members and non-members alike can fight back on critical issues – issues that affect all of us. Whether it's writing your representatives in Congress or sending an email to a company that is denying its workers their rights, or sending letters to the editor of your local newspaper, the Teamsters' strength comes from all of us acting together.
Any one can sign up for Teamster Action Alerts. You do not have to be a member. Anyone can use our Action Alert sign-up box at the top of every page.
Only active Teamster members in good standing will be allowed to purchase items from the DRIVE store or contribute to DRIVE online. If you are on withdrawal or have retired, you may still be able to access other members-only parts of the site.
Check your spam or bulk folders. Some e-mail systems will send these types of alerts and messages to junk mail folders or block them in spam filters. To "white list" e-mails from Teamster.org, add email@example.com to your email address book.
We moved some things around on the new Teamster.org. If a feature or a piece of content is not where it used to be, consult our site map or run a search. If you still can't find what you want, email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
No. Dues are collected by your local union.