March 8, 2014: UPDATED: Support is growing for 250 drivers that UPS has put on notice of termination in NYC. Sign an online petition launched by labor-community supporters.
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February 24, 2014: The Hoffa-Hall administration is trying to intimidate UPS Teamsters with phony strike votes. But the scare tactics aren’t working.
U.S. safety regulators examining the fatal crash of a United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS) jet last year highlighted the dangers of pilot fatigue, a pivotal issue for the cargo crews who often fly overnight.
February 21, 2014: UPS Teamsters in Local 710 have overwhelmingly rejected the proposal put forward by their local leadership and UPS management.
February 21, 2014: Get the latest news on the third vote on the Ohio Rider, Hoffa-Hall threats against UPSers in Philadelphia and Western PA, the upcoming national grievance panel and the information brownout on the IBT-UPS pension.
February 21, 2014: Teamsters who are ready to retire are being held hostage by UPS and the Hoffa-Hall administration.
February 21, 2014: The UPS National Grievance panel will meet in Fort Lauderdale, March 3-6.
February 21, 2014: The information brownout has reached a new low. UPS Teamsters in Ohio, who have rejected their rider twice, will get a third ballot mailed to them on February 27, without any input or even information about changes to UPS’s offer.
A federal judge in Chicago Feb. 11 ruled that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission can pursue its claim challenging United Parcel Service Inc.'s policy of discharging employees who can't return to work after 12 months of leave, finding that the rule may be an unlawful qualification standard under the Americans with Disabilities Act (EEOC v. UPS, Inc., 2014 BL 35887, N.D. Ill., No. 1:09-cv-05291, 2/11/14).