UPS contract talks resume in Washington, DC this week. But national contract negotiations will not begin until UPS stops stonewalling and settles all the supplements. Will that be this week? Whatever happens, we'll be ready! Join a UPS Teamsters United zoom on Sunday, May 7. Get an update on negotiations from IBT General Secretary-Treasurer and National Negotiating Committee Co-Chair Fred Zuckerman. Order contract campaign materials. Find out how you can help win the contract we deserve. Register now.
UPS contract talks will resume in Washington on Monday. If and when national negotiations begin will depend on UPS.
A strong stand by our International Union forced UPS to stop stonewalling and settle many of the supplements. But national contract negotiations will only begin once UPS agrees on the remaining supplements.
Our union has been clear on our strike issues and that we will not work one day past July 31. None of the strike issues can be resolved until UPS stops playing games.
The IBT has called on local unions and members to hold contact actions to show the company we're united -- and members have answered the call by holding rallies and parking lot meetings and turning out for Contract Action Team trainings.
UPS Teamsters need to continue informing, involving and uniting the members we work with. That’s how we’ll win a strong contract.
Register today for our call on May 7. Get an update on contract negotiations. Order the latest contract campaign materials. Find out how you can help organize to win the contract we deserve.
Register now so you don’t miss out. You must be pre-register. Event registration will close at 9am on Sunday May 7. Sign up and we will send you the zoom link before the event starts.