Daily News: UPS Backs Down, Rehires 250 Drivers

Ginger Otis
Daily News
April 10, 2014

After refusing to back down from its decision to terminate 250 drivers, UPS on Wednesday agreed to give them back their jobs. The Atlanta-based company faced criticism for its stance, but then reached an agreement with the union to re-hire the drivers who work from a depot in Maspeth, Queens. 

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