Time to Vote at UPS

It's time to vote on the UPS contract. A ballot packet has been mailed to you. The power to stop contract givebacks and win a better contract is in your hands. 

Why a No Vote Does Not Mean a UPS Strike

The contract vote is underway and UPSers are Voting No to stop two-tier 22.4 drivers, take on harassment, subcontracting, and excessive overtime, and win $15 starting pay and catch-up raises for part-timers.

Hoffa and Denis Taylor are blitzing members with a Vote Yes propaganda campaign, including a postcard and text messages that claim that, if you Vote No, “You run the risk of a work stoppage without further review by the members.

A No Vote does not mean a strike at UPS. 

UPS Contract Vote Starts this Week. Here's What You Need to Know.

The UPS contract vote starts this week. Here's what you need to know. 

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