Monday February 18, 2019
| Last update: Monday at 8:55 AM
BY staff | Washington DC | 10/05/18
The results are in. The UPS National Master Agreement, which covers approximately 250,000 workers across the country and is the largest private-sector union contract in the United States, has been rejected in a 45.74% to 54.26% vote.
BY staff | Washington DC | 10/04/18
Fred Zuckerman, Principal Officer of Teamsters Local 89 and previous reform candidate to head the IBT sent an open letter blasting the Hoffa administration’s threats to ignore the UPS Teamsters contract vote.
BY staff | Tampa, FL | 9/25/18
With the vote count a little less than two weeks out, west Florida UPSers will be voting ‘no’ on the tentative agreement.
BY staff | Jacksonvlle, FL | 9/22/18
A critical vote is underway on the largest private-sector union contract in the United States.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 9/03/18
Voting instructions will arrive in the mail as soon as Sept. 10, for over 200,000 Teamsters affected by the proposed 5-year National Master UPS Agreement.
BY Bill Aiman | Tampa, FL | 8/13/18
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) announced it had come to a tentative agreement with UPS, June 21. The agreement has been criticized for givebacks such as the creation of two-tier driving and poor part time wages.
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BY staff | Jacksonville, FL | 8/08/18
On July 17, Dustin Ponder, the Florida Teamster union steward fired by UPS management for union activity, returned to work.
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BY staff | Louisville, KY | 7/30/18
The Teamsters Local 89 E-Board has unanimously voted to recommend a “no” vote on the UPS National Master Agreement (NMA) and the UPS Central Region Supplement (CRS).
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 7/29/18
Hundreds of thousands of UPS Teamsters received a robocall, July 28, from UPS management announcing a “Town Hall” conference call to sell the tentative five-year agreement by UPS and Teamsters national negotiating committee.
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BY Staff | Chicago, IL | 7/11/18
Chicago, IL - Teamster Chief Negotiator Dennis Taylor and UPS shook hands on a tentative agreement, June 22, which will include a new driving position called Full-Time Combination Drivers (Combo Driver). Full details were released July 10. UPS Teamsters across the country are calling the new position a two-tiered concession that spells doom for future package car drivers.
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