The first week of UPS national contract negotiations is in the books and it ended with a bang. Our union sent company negotiators home with a contract proposal to eliminate the 22.4 classification and make all package drivers RPCDs. The company will respond when negotiations resume on Monday, May 22.
More than 1,500 UPS Teamsters participated in our UPS Contract Campaign Zoom Update this morning. Watch the video below. Then, take action. New contract campaign materials are available. Click here to order materials and find out more about how we can work together to win the contract we deserve.
We are moving closer to the start of national contract negotiations. But the company still has not settled the NorCal Supplement or Local 89 Air Rider. Register for the UPS Teamsters United webinar this Sunday, May 7 to hear an update on where negotiations stand and where we're headed from General Secretary-Treasurer Fred Zuckerman. Get new contract campaign materials and find out how you can help organize your co-workers to win at UPS.
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.
Today, UPS released its first quarter earnings report. The company made $2.6 billion in profit for the first quarter and is on track to match its record profits of 2023.