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Western Pennsylvania Supplement Out for Second Vote

Fifty seven percent of Western PA UPSers Voted No on the first proposed agreement, with 52% turnout. Now members are preparing to vote for the second time.

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What’s Next for UPSers Who Voted No?

UPS Teamsters got sold out when the Hoffa administration stood with the company against the members and imposed the contract.

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Winning Majority Rule on Contracts

How the Two-Thirds Rule started—and how members can defeat it.

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The 2021 IBT Convention—What’s at Stake?

Members are preparing for the next Teamster Convention where majority rule on contracts and our right to fair International Union elections will be on the line.

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Upstate and Western NY UPSers Vote No; Hoffa Imposes Contract

UPDATED: Sixty-five percent of UPSers in Upstate and Western New York voted No to reject their supplement for the second time today. The Hoffa administration promptly used the Two-Thirds loophole in the Teamster Constitution to impose the agreement.

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Platooning Technology Threatens Teamster Jobs

Employers, including UPS, are testing new technology, called platooning, to move one step closer to driverless trucks. The International Union needs to take action to protect union jobs and public safety.

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Record Profits for UPS, Concessions for Us

Wall Street celebrated and UPS stock prices soared after the company announced peak season profits that were even higher than expected.

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NY TDU Meeting, Saturday, Feb. 2 @10 a.m.

From Voting No against contract givebacks to electing reformers to lead our locals, Teamster members are organizing for change. Come to the TDU meeting to talk about next steps for the Teamster reform movement locally and nationally.

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