One hundred years ago, when Teamsters Local 25 first set up shop, the problems we had to confront in the workplace were so urgent, there was little time to fuss with anything else. A member was a "worker." Period.

Today, Teamsters Local 25 reaches out to members in areas we couldn't have dreamed of back in the good old days: health care... insurance protection...
financial counseling... education... legal support... confidential help on personal and relational matters... retirement planning. It's as though we were living in a whole new millennium.

When you become a member of Teamsters Local 25, you'll stand on the shoulders of people who have worked, and are working now, to provide you and your family with extraordinary protections. You'll have an opportunity to share in that legacy—and continue it—for yourself, your spouse, and your children.

When you become a member of Teamsters Local 25, you’are invited to join an extended family with a fairly basic philosophy:
if you need help...ask for it.

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NEWS FLASH!
Teamsters TV is now broadcasting online. Click here to see what's on Teamsters TV!
Fighting Autism with the Teamsters... more
Booming Massachusetts movie business... more
Special Notice: Scholarship Information... more
TeamsterVacations.com.... more
Chapter 25 DRIVE.... more
401k $ 403b Retirement Plan... more
Local 25 Political Candidate Endorsements.... more



Browse the Teamsters Local 25 Media Room below to find links to live web broadcasts, movie clips, pictures from Local 25 events, The Spokesman and much more... We will update this area on a regular basis so be sure to check back often for new media events.

 What's on Teamsters TV
Teamsters Local 25 Movie Clips

Workers Comp

2007 Teamsters Local 25
Scholarship Winners

Mid Term Survey




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programs on Teamsters TV

2008 Autism Walk

Radio/TV Show with Sean O'Brien


Fighting Autism with the Teamsters

 
Booming Massachusetts movie business

 
The Spokesman  
spokesman

Dear Brothers and Sisters:
Another summer is upon us. While many of us have vacations on our mind, the business of improving the lives of our members and their families doesn't stop during the dog days of summer.

I have been very busy serving on the National UPS Negotiating Committee. When General President Jim Hoffa asked me to serve, I was honored to do so. It has been a very challenging process, and I have learned a great deal. Negotiations are going slow, but we are making sure that the concerns of our members are getting addressed. We will win a strong contract at UPS. ..more


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One hundred years ago, when Teamsters Local 25 first set up shop, the problems we had to confront in the workplace were so urgent, there was little time to fuss with anything else. A member was a "worker." Period.

Today, Teamsters Local 25 reaches out to members in areas we couldn't have dreamed of back in the good old days: health care ...more