June 18, 2013: The vote count on the UPS, UPS Freight and ABF contracts has been screwed up in too many ways too count.
TDU in Action at UPS
"UPS management is getting leaner and meaner. Supervisors are harassing members and pushing numbers, numbers, numbers. TDU's UPS Network is the best source of information to protect yourself, period."
Craig Karnia, Local 705, Chicago
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June 18, 2013: The vote count is set to begin soon for three national contracts: UPS, UPS Freight and ABF. Rank and file observers will be present at the vote counts thanks to Teamsters for a Democratic Union.
Union workers at Louisville's largest employer are sending a message that they don't like a new contract on the table -- and they're going against the grain, because the national union thinks it's a good deal.
Some UPS workers claim they're being bullied and harassed by managers to vote yes for a new union contract. They have 12 days left.
Louisville's largest employer could face a standoff with its workers.
June 5, 2013: You know something is up when senior management – the suits! – are passing out glossy brochures asking Teamsters to ratify the UPS contract.
May 31, 2013: The International Union has screwed up the balloting on the UPS and UPS Freight contract. Thousands of UPS Teamsters have received a return envelope to send their ballot to the P.O. Box for UPS Freight ballots.
May 30, 2013: The ballots for the UPS national contract are out, and some members received them today. In the next few days they will be received across the country.
May 29, 2013: The IBT has sent out a mailing listing every local officer by name that was at the two-person meeting in Washington, claiming they "unanimously approve" of the contract.