Teamsters Local 284
What We Do
We secure improved wages, hours, working conditions and other economic advantages through organization, negotiations and collective bargaining.
Who We Are
Teamsters Local union No. 284 is a labor organization dedicated to representing working people in Columbus, Ohio and surrounding communities.
Who We Represent
We are a miscellaneous and industrial Union representing members working in numerous industries including airline, brewery and soft drink, bakery, building trades and construction, freight, warehousing and public sector.
All ballots have been counted, and the Vandak-Spahr Slate has won the majority.
The individual results are:
Mark Vandak: 694
Gary Schoenian: 489
Joe Spahr: 697
Brian Behnke: 487
Brian Basham: 695
Andrew R. Kirk: 486
Brian Barrowman: 695
Norma Wagner-Barnes: 489
Bill Merdeath: 693
Fred Price: 692
BJ Wilson: 685
Shaun Brown: 492
John Wolfe: 486
Bryce Clark: 489
The incumbents will begin a new three-year term on January 1, 2020.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the election.Download: 20191114152712.pdf
Local 284 and it’s Negotiating Committees were able to reach Tentative Agreements for both Sygma Warehouse and Drivers simultaneously.
After strike authorization was provided by members from both units, Local 284 obtained wage increases of $2.30/hour (Warehouse) and 11% (Drivers) over the life of the agreement in addition to Ratification bonuses for both.
The Negotiating Committees for both groups maintained the current quality health insurance with very minimal increases over the life of the agreement for members and their families.
Both Agreements contained NO concessions to the Company and several positive language changes for the membership.
Congratulations to Sygma workers, Local 284, and the power of solidarity!
Attention all Teamsters Local No. 284 Members:
The Combined Notice of Nominations & Election of Officers notice is being physically mailed out to all members, and is available for view and download at the link below.
Executive Board, Teamsters Local No. 284Download: Combined Notice of Nominations.pdf
As a part of the Local's continuing duty to be transparent and disclose information to members about how their money is being spent, we had an outside, impartial accountant review the Local's books, after finding a discrepancy in the purchase of King's Island tickets in 2016 (before the current administration). Here is her report.Download: GBQ Letter - 9 5 2019.pdf