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UPS made $5 billion last year.  But the company is demanding givebacks and a substandard contract.

National UPS contract talks will be held from June 18-21.

While the company is at the bargaining table, members will be in parking lots and at UPS guard shacks and gates, passing out a Contract Update to let other UPSers know about some of the issues that are on the table and raising awareness of company demands that we need to defeat.

UPS Contract Unity Actions Set, June 18-21

UPS Teamsters United is organizing national Contract Unity actions to send the company the message that we will not accept givebacks or a weak contract. Are you in?

Denis Taylor in Backroom Talks with UPS

Taylor and UPS management are pushing to cut an early deal. UPS Teamsters need to be on the alert and ready to take a stand against givebacks.

UPS Teamsters Vote 93.19% Yes on Strike Authorization

UPS Teamsters have voted by 93.19% to authorize the IBT to call a strike if necessary to win a fair contract. 

Denis Taylor Doubles Down on Givebacks, Brownout

In a Friday morning massacre, Hoffa’s chief negotiator Denis Taylor threw off multiple members of the UPS National Negotiating Committee, including International Union Vice President Avral Thompson for opposing givebacks.

IBT Offers UPS Second-Class Drivers

Hoffa's lead negotiator Denis Taylor has put a contract proposal on the table to allow UPS to create a new category of second-class package drivers.

Vote Yes for Strike Authorization by Sunday Night Deadline

UPS Teamsters have until Sunday night to increase our union’s bargaining leverage by Voting Yes in the strike authorization vote.

Vote Yes for Strike Authorization

A strike authorization ballot packet was mailed to every UPS Teamster on May 15. Vote Yes to send UPS a message that members will not accept givebacks.

UPS Profits Soar, Wants Givebacks

UPS announced first quarter profits of $1.35 billion today and told Wall Street that its profits for the year will top $6 billion.

The company’s strong profits are good news for UPS Teamsters and give us leverage in contract negotiations.

 

UPS Proposes 70-Hour Work Week

UPS has a contract proposal on the table that would give the company the right to force package drivers to work up to 70 hours a week anytime they deem it necessary “to avoid service disruptions.”

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