Download UPS National Grievance Panel Cases

May 25, 2012: Union officers representing UPS and UPS Freight Teamsters will meet with company officials for the second national grievance panel of the year, June 4-8 in Providence.

TDU makes the case dockets available to help Teamster members track contract enforcement issues.

The national grievance panel settles disputes and other grievances that have been deadlocked at both the local and regional levels.

Click here to download the UPS national grievance panel docket.

Click here to read the docket for the UPS Joint National Air Committee.

Click here to download the UPS Freight national grievance panel docket. 

The International Union is preparing for early contract negotiations at UPS. The number of national grievance panel cases involving subcontracting, 22.3 full-time job elimination, and over-dispatch and 9.5 violations shows that stronger contract protections are needed in these areas. 

UPS locals across the country continue to have cases on the docket for 22.3 full-time job elimination, including locals with large hub operations: Los Angeles 396, New Jersey 177, Oakland Local 70, San Diego Local 542, New York Local 804, and Miami Local 390. 

Making UPS account for and fill all 20,000 full-time jobs the company is required to maintain under Article 22.3 should be a precondition for any early contract talks. 

The national grievance panel settles disputes and other grievances that have been deadlocked at both the local and regional levels.

 

 


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