The next UPS National Grievance Panel will be held Oct. 6-9, 2014 in Sacramento. TDU is making the complete list of the cases to be heard at the panel available to concerned Teamsters.
UPS National Grievance Decisions and Dockets
The UPS National Grievance Panel meets three times a year to resolve national grievances and grievances that have deadlocked at local and regional panels. Dates for the 2012 national panels are June 4-6 and Oct. 8-10. Click below to download the case docket and minutes of recent panels.
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UPS National Grievance Panels News
The next UPS National Grievance Panel will be held June 2-5, 2014 in Boston. TDU is making the complete list of the cases to be heard at the panel available to concerned Teamsters.
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.
February 21, 2014: The UPS National Grievance panel will meet in Fort Lauderdale, March 3-6.
January 23, 2013: UPS Teamsters might give a higher approval rating to Congress than to their broken grievance procedure.
June 19, 2012: The minutes of the June 2012 quarterly UPS National Grievance Panel are now available for members to review. We encourage UPS Teamsters to look them over, and decide if the national grievance procedure is working for our benefit.
June 14, 2012: The minutes of the national grievance panel for UPS Freight held last week reveal that of 69 cases docketed, just one was won. A majority of cases, 37 in all, were referred back to the parties to encourage a settlement.
May 25, 2012: Union officers representing UPS and UPS Freight Teamsters will meet with company officials for the second national grievance panel of the year, June 4-8 in Providence.
May 15, 2012: The UPS Freight National Grievance Panel meets next on June 5-8 in Providence, Rhode Island.
March 28: The decisions from the March National Grievance Panel in Fort Lauderdale are now available online.