Old Contracts

UPS Contracts

2013 UPS Agreement and Supplements

2013-2018 UPS National Master Agreement

2013-2018 Central Region Supplement

2013-2018 Southern Region Supplement

2013-2018 Western Region Supplement

2013-2018 Atlantic Area Supplement

2013-2018 Central Pennsylvania Supplement

2013-2018 Metro Philadelphia Supplement

2013-2018 New England Supplement

2013-2018 Upstate/West New York Supplement

2013-2018 Western Pennsylvania Supplement

2013-2018 Local 804 Supplement

Local 177 Drivers Supplement

Local 177 Mechanics and Maintenance Supplement

2008 UPS Agreement and Supplements

National Agreement

Supplements

Atlantic Supplement

Central Supplement

New England Supplement

Upstate New York Supplement

Southern Supplement

Western Supplement

Northern California Supplement

Local 177 Drivers Supplement

Local 177 Mechanics and Maintenance Supplement

Metro Philadelphia Supplement

UPS Cartage Service, Inc. Supplement

 

Riders

Southwest Package Rider

Southwest Sort Rider

Joint Council 28 Rider (Washington State)

Michigan Rider

Local 89 Rider (Louisville Air District)

 

2002 UPS Agreement

National Agreement

Old Freight Contracts

2008-2013 Freight Agreement and Supplements

National Master Freight Agreement

Supplements

Central Supplement

Eastern Region

Southern Region Area Local Freight Forwarding Pickup and Delivery Supplement

Western Region

ABF 2013-18 Economic Settlement

YRC Restructuring Extension MOU 2014

YRC Concessions Restructuring Agreement 2010

YRC Concessions MOU 2009

UPS Freight Contracts

2013 - 2018 UPS Freight Contract

 

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Union Membership Steady for 2019 at 16.4 million

That represents a slight decline in percentage of unionization, according the comprehensive annual report. The union advantage remains strong: "Union members had median usual weekly earnings of $1,095 in 2019, while those who were not union members had median weekly earnings of $892" That's $10,556 per year. Read the report.

'How this black UPS worker challenged powerful union leaders in Philly, and won.'

by Juliana Feliciano Reyes, January 22, The Philadelphia Inquirer

"Around the country, rank and file union activists — from teachers to journalists to warehouse workers — have challenged the establishment, who they say is too complacent, too cozy with management, to fight for workers and keep corporations in check."

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