UPS Teamsters ratified the new contract by 86.3% of the vote in record voter turnout of more than 58%. View the complete vote count results here, including a local-by-local breakdown of how members voted on the national agreement and each of the supplements and riders. View the local-by-local contract vote results.Read more
Our credible strike threat has made UPS deliver a contract win we can be proud of. Help members understand what we won and the ins and outs of the proposed contract with the UPS Tentative Agreement Toolkit. We’ll be updating this page regularly with leaflets and answers to frequently asked questions. Use the toolkit in parking lot meetings, break rooms, and at the gates to help members cast an informed vote.Read more
If you’re a full-time UPS Teamster in the West, your pension will grow by approximately $1,500 a month during the proposed contract.Read more
More than 60,000 full-time UPS Teamsters in the Central Region, South and the Carolinas have won record pension increases of up to $1,000/month.
The IBT-UPS Pension Plan covers more Teamsters in 22 states. It is the biggest pension plan covering full-time UPS Teamsters, but for years members in it have gotten the lowest benefits of all major Teamster pension funds.
By standing together and standing up to UPS, members have won record pension increases.Read more
This weekend, over 1,300 UPS Teamsters from across the country joined us to make plans for turning out an overwhelming Yes Vote to authorize a strike at UPS and to hear about next steps in the contract campaign. Watch the webinar recording below.Read more
UPS Teamsters will begin in-person voting to authorize a strike if UPS refuses to negotiate a fair agreement before the contract expires on July 31.Read more
Eliminating loopholes in Article 40 is on the table in national contract negotiations and UPS Teamsters who work in UPS’s air operations are ready to close the concessions stand for good.Read more
Teamsters at UPS are commemorating Martin Luther King Day with a National Day of Action to demand that UPS respect the day as a paid holiday and tell Corporate America to deliver on the dream.Read more
I stand with my fellow Teamsters to demand that UPS respect Martin Luther King Day as a paid holiday, and for UPS to deliver on the dream of a better future for all.
We’re fighting to make MLK Day a paid holiday, and to win a contract in 2023 that delivers
- Equal Pay for Equal Work. End two-tier 22.4. Convert all 22.4s to RPCDs with the same pay and 9.5 rights.
- Create 25,000 new full-time 22.3 jobs. Part-timers need more opportunities for full-time jobs.
- Living Wages for Part-Timers. $30/hour starting pay for part-timers. Catch-up increases for current part-timers
- End MRA pay discrimination. You raise our pay, you keep it raised.
- Create and protect good jobs. Eliminate feeder subcontracting. Stop PVDs and app-based deliveries by low-wage subcontractors like Roadie.
- Stop harassment and unfair discipline. Fix the grievance procedure. Dignity, respect and fairness for every Teamster.
- Respect Martin Luther King Day as a paid holiday with no Teamster required to work on it. If the post office can respect MLK Day, so can UPS.
UPS Teamsters United is a grassroots network of Teamster members. We are independent of the IBT and its affiliates. We are Teamsters helping Teamsters win the contract we deserve.
Join a UPS Teamsters United national zoom event to talk about how we can move from problems to solutions in upcoming negotiations and how you can get involved in the UPS contract campaign, Sunday, October 16 at noon ET / 11am CT / 10am MT / 9am PT.Read more