TDU UPS Freight Network
TDU and concerned UPS Freight Teamsters are coming together to enforce our contract, protect our rights, and hold our union officials accountable.
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UPS Freight Newswire
Thirty-six grievances have been carried over to be heard at the national grievance panel in Boston in June. A number of them address the serious problem of subcontracting.
March 21, 2014: The UPS Freight National Grievance Committee met for panel hearings in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on March 4-6.
Unionized workers at UPS Freight, the less-than-truckload (LTL) division of UPS Inc., over the weekend overwhelmingly ratified a five-year collective-bargaining agreement a bit more than six months after they rejected an earlier version by an equally decisive margin.
UPDATED January 8, 2014: 69% voted NO on the first offer. We can do it again, and this time can win real improvements. Click here to download the new Vote No leaflet.
January 3, 2014: UPS Freight Teamsters have been attacked by their own union leadership in the worst way: the denial of the right to a fair vote.
October 17, 2013: UPS Freight Teamsters wonder what happened to their union. They've heard next to nothing since they rejected the proposed contract in June with a 69 percent No vote. Four months of silence. It's clear that Hoffa and Hall have no plan for winning significant contract improvements.
We have a legal right to a fair and informed vote on our national contracts. But our rights have not come without Teamsters for a Democratic Union taking on big battles. Here is a summary of some key legal – and membership – victories involving our rights in national Teamster contracts.
August 9, 2013: A 69% No Vote and a company that made billions in profits adds up to a strong bargaining position for our Teamster negotiating committee.