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UPS Freight: Lipstick on a Pig

The Hoffa administration is starting a sales job to try to fool UPS Freight Teamsters into accepting contract givebacks. But there’s only so much lipstick you can put on a pig.

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UPS Freight Teamsters United Conference Call

Join a national conference call to discuss the contract offer with UPS Freight Teamsters & Teamster officers who are Voting No.

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Vote No at UPS Freight Action Kit

Take action to defeat givebacks at UPS Freight with the latest contract bulletins and Vote No tools.

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UPS Freight Contract Givebacks Exposed

The UPS Freight contract has been kept completely secret from the members. Now, we know why. TDU has obtained a copy of the proposed deal and it is the worst UPS Freight contract ever negotiated.

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UPS Central Region Supplement

The Central Region Supplement is out—and the contract loopholes are still in.

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UPS’s Phony Ransom Threat

UPS is threatening members in some areas that they have to approve their contract supplement or lose negotiated raises or pension contributions. But the company’s threat is a phony one.

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Local Officers To Review UPS/UPSF Contracts on Aug 9

The proposed contract deals at UPS and UPS Freight will be reviewed by local officers at the Two-Person meetings in Chicago on Thursday, August 9.

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Vote No at UPS Action Kit

Take action to defeat givebacks at UPS with the latest contract bulletins and Vote No tools.

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Central States Pension: Latest Financial Report

The Central States Pension Fund ended the first quarter of 2018 with assets of $14.8 billion, a loss of $172 million for the quarter ending March 31, 2018. However, the loss would have been much worse except for a one-time payment of $467 million by the Kroger Corporation; this was a lump sum payment to pull all Kroger and some Kroger-contractor employees out of the pension fund permanently.

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“Fix it! Fix it” Thousands Rally to Save Pensions

Thousands of unionists, most of them Mineworkers and Teamsters, but also workers from other unions and groups, rallied under a hot sun outside the Ohio State Capitol in Columbus on July 12 to demand that Congress take action to save workers’ earned pensions.

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