National Grievance Panels Set for UPS and UPS Freight

December 28, 2009: The International Union has set the dates for the national grievance panels for UPS and UPS Freight in 2010.

The panels will meet three times the coming year.

The first UPS national panel will be in Ft. Lauderdale, March 1-3, at the Westin Beach Resort. The other panels are scheduled for June 7-9 and Oct. 11-13, locations to be announced.

The first UPS Freight Panels are scheduled to immediately follow the UPS panels and will be held March 3-5, June 9-11, and Oct. 13-15.

The deadline for getting on the docket is February 8. TDU will make the docket and decisions available to Teamster members.

Now is the time for UPS and UPS Freight Teamsters to make our voices heard and make sure that critical issues will be addressed.

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