Bloomberg Daily Labor Report on UPS Contract Vote

Susan Hobbs
BNA Daily Labor Report
June 25, 2013
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Members of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters have voted to ratify a five-year labor contract with United Parcel Service Inc., covering 237,000 workers, but the majority of union members have voted against ratification of a tentative UPS Freight contract for 13,000 workers, according to a preliminary vote count announced June 24 by dissident group Teamsters for a Democratic Union.

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