By UPS Teamsters United
April 07, 2020
OSHA and CDC guidelines are clear about what management should do if a UPS employee in your workplace tests positive for COVID-19. Here's what to do if UPS isn’t following the rules.
Fed up with unsanitary and unsafe working conditions, UPS Teamsters in Nashville Local 480 took action. In less than a week, the company changed its practices and began improving conditions.
In a win for working Teamsters, laid-off UPS Freight Teamsters and UPSers who are covered by TeamCare will receive up to eight weeks of continued healthcare coverage at no cost to members.
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