Workers, Investors Demand Accountability from Board of Directors, Express Anger over Employee Intimidation, CEO Pay and Price FixingSAN FRANCISCO, July 31, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Teamsters from across the country protested today outside the annual shareholder meeting of San Francisco-based McKesson Corporation [NYSE: MCK], North America's leading pharmaceutical distributor. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20100127/IBTLOGO) McKesson saw $123 billion in revenues last year, yet it hired a union-busting law firm and threatened and intimidated its workers in Lakeland, Fla., who voted for Teamster representation. After more than a year, McKesson has still not agreed to a first contract that provides fair wages and affordable health care for its Florida workers. McKesson workers in Lakeland are represented by Teamsters Local Union 79. Meanwhile, McKesson's board of directors has lavished Chairman and CEO John Hammergren with a total compensation of roughly $50 million per year, including a pension with an estimated value of $159 million. "While Mr. Hammergren enjoys the fruits of our hard work, our families are struggling to make ends meet," said Gary Glenn, a 10-year McKesson employee from Florida. "Because nearly a third of our month's wages are deducted to pay our families' healthcare, most of us can't afford health care at all." "It's a disgrace that a multi-billion dollar health care corporation that profits off of the billions of dollars in prescription drug purchases made by Teamsters and their families each year can find tens of millions for the boss, but won't provide a decent standard of living for their front line employees," said Ken Wood, Teamsters International Vice President and President of Teamsters Local Union 79. Steve Vairma, Teamsters Warehouse Division Director said, "McKesson Teamster members from 13 local unions across North America have put the company on notice that an injury to one Teamster is an injury to all. If McKesson wants to wage war on its Florida workers, it's going to find itself fighting all of us." Inside the shareholder meeting, Vice President Wood demanded that the McKesson board take swift action to stem the escalating labor dispute in Florida and to get labor relations back on track. McKesson also faced an investor backlash at the meeting, over the company's excessive executive pay practices and poor corporate governance.