Opposing Concessions, Taking Back Our Union

April 28, 2014: One thousand Teamsters joined a conference call Saturday. Get the latest information on Hoffa-Hall over-riding the contract votes at UPS, including a leaflet and FAQs and find out what members are doing next

Teamsters are taking action to oppose concessions, stand up to Hoffa and Hall and build a movement to take back our Union. 

One thousand members from UPS, UPS Freight, YRC and other employers joined a national conference call Saturday to learn how they can take action.

Hoffa and Hall may be able to use legal loopholes and twist the Teamster Constitution and force through the UPS contract. It’s up to Teamster members to make sure that they are never in the position to do this to us again.

Download a bulletin and FAQs and get information for yourself and other members.

Sign the Online Petition to support members who are coming together to Take Back Our Union.

You can use the player below to listen to a recording of the conference call.

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