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Strike Over at Central States, TeamCare

Teamster members at Central States are back to work after a two-day strike. The contract dispute showed the best and worst of our union.

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Philadelphia UPSers Win a Voice in Contract Negotiations

Fed up with information brownouts and contract givebacks, UPS Teamsters in Philadelphia have voted for sweeping reforms in the Local 623 bylaws to give members more power in contract negotiations.

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IBT VPs Move to Block Imposition of UPS Deals

International Union Vice President Avral Thompson has issued a letter calling on President Hoffa and the General Executive Board (GEB) to honor the contract votes by UPSers in Detroit and Western Pennsylvania.

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TeamCare Employees On Strike

Update: Teamster employees who work for TeamCare and the Central States Pension Fund have gone on strike after rejecting a proposed contract for the fifth time. Five rejections! The vote was 180-171.

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Honor the Members' Votes!

UPS Teamsters—and all Teamsters—stand to lose rights and bargaining power unless the General Executive Board of our union honors the overwhelming rejections of the Metro Detroit and Western Pennsylvania UPS Supplements. 

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Teamcare Administration Threatens its Employees

The 400 Teamster employees of Teamcare and the Central States Pension Fund are fighting concessionary demands from our union health and pension fund.

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Hoffa Moves to Impose Rejected Supplements

UPS Teamsters in Western Pennsylvania and Detroit Local 243 voted No by 96% and 88% to reject their supplements. But the Hoffa administration is moving to impose the rejected contracts anyway.

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UPSers Vote No for Second Time in Western Pa, Central Pa, Detroit

UPS Teamsters voted to reject contract supplements in Detroit Local 243, Central Pennsylvania and Western Pennsylvania today.

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Matt Taibi Joins O'Brien-Zuckerman Slate

Matt Taibi, longtime TDU member and Principal Officer of Rhode Island Local 251, announced today that he will run on the O’Brien–Zuckerman Teamsters United slate in 2021.

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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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