Apr 24, 2014
AFL-CIO Executive Vice President Tefere Gebre back row, fourth from left, meets with SuperShuttle drivers in Denver.
SuperShuttle drivers at Denver International Airport have been standing strong for a fair contract. Recently, SuperShuttle, owned by the French firm Veolia Transdev, unilaterally ended bargaining and imposed a new contract that cuts the wages of these drivers by 30 percent.
The drivers, members of CWA Local 7777, have been getting lots of support, including a recent meeting with AFL-CIO Executive Vice President Tefere Gebre.
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