The Worst: Hoffa Waves the White Flag at UPS

Ken Hall, Hoffa’s point man at UPS, told stewards on a national conference call that it’s “not the right time” to enforce the contract and defend full-time 22.3 jobs.

Hall went on to blame contract enforcement problems on members for failing to file good grievances—and on local officials for bringing cases with “no facts.”

Maybe it’s time for Hoffa and Hall to stop making excuses for UPS, and start enforcing our contract.

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