DHL Cuts Jobs

August 1, 2008: Less than two months after members ratified a concessionary contract that IBT officials touted as saving jobs, DHL has implemented layoffs, which could be permanent cuts.

Those with sufficient seniority are being offered the option to bid on part time positions, which the new contract allows.

It seems clear DHL got what they wanted from those negotiations.


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