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UPS to pay $70K in religious discrimination suit

Atlanta Business Chronicle
Atlanta-based United Parcel Service, Inc., has agreed to pay $70,000 to settle a religious discrimination suit filed by a former employee and Jehovah's Witness, who said the company would not change his schedule to allow him to attend an annual religious service, according to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
The former employee was hired April 2011 as a part-time loader at its Saddle Brook, N.J. facility, the EEOC said in a release.

Pension Money Grabbed to Pay for UPS Health Plan

November 6, 2013: If you are a UPS Teamster moving into the new health plan in the West, millions of dollars will be diverted from your pension fund to maintain the health benefits you already have.

UPS program delivers unnerving surprise

Los Angeles Times

It's pretty much expected that everyone knows everything about you in today's privacy-free world. But it's still freaky to see how easily a business can crawl into your life.

UPS Profits Top $1 Billion for 3Q

October 25, 2013: UPS announced third quarter profits of $1.1 billion today. Can anyone explain why Hoffa and Hall gave the company healthcare cuts, a longer progression and other contract givebacks?

Fighting Harassment for Inside Workers

October 17, 2013: Is management handing out excessive discipline for misloads or missorts? Here are some steps you can take to protect yourself and your fellow Teamsters.

UPS Contract Bargaining Round-Up

October 17, 2013: With the UPS contract long expired and peak on the way, contracts and contract supplements or riders covering over 75,000 UPSers still remain to be negotiated.

Teamsters Members OK Six Supplements To UPS National Contract Ratified in June

BNA Daily Labor Report

Members of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters have voted to approve six regional supplements to the national collective bargaining contract with United Parcel Service Inc. that was ratified in June, leaving 11 more supplements that must be approved before the national agreement covering 237,000 workers goes into effect, the union announced Oct. 11.

Teamsters Still Haven't Settled UPS Contract Issues

The Wall St Journal

Teamsters union members at some local bargaining units again rejected parts of their contract with United Parcel Service Inc., prolonging the package and delivery giant's labor headaches as it enters the busy holiday season.


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