I’m a package driver, and I’m often in areas where there aren’t adequate bathroom facilities.Management is threatening drivers with discipline if we go off our route to go to the bathroom. Do I have the right to pee?
— Holding It
Amazon and e-commerce continue to be a game-changer at UPS. The company’s top brass announced today they will look to cut costs. When the next contract is negotiated, UPS Teamsters need to be ready to defend our jobs.Read more
The majority of UPS Teamsters voted against Hoffa-Hall. That gives us leverage in the next contract negotiations and Teamsters United will be there to use it.Read more
Three years ago, Hoffa-Hall hit UPS Teamsters with contract givebacks and sparked the Vote No movement. In 2016, the Vote No movement struck back, delivering an overwhelming vote for Teamsters United.Read more
Today, UPS announced third-quarter profits of $1.27 billion after taxes. Profits aren’t the only thing that’s up at UPS. Harassment is up and the number of UPS Teamsters voting against Hoffa is up too!Read more
UPS Teamsters in the Southwest thought they saved their health benefits by voting no. But they got stuck with an inferior health plan—and pension cuts too.Read more
UPS is headed for record profits in 2016 under the contract negotiated by Hoffa-Hall. The numbers for UPS Teamsters are not nearly as pretty.
The company is installing 300 Access Point “smart” locker locations over the next two months. The number of protections negotiated by the Hoffa-Hall administration? Zero.Read more
UPS made $1.1 billion in profit in the first three months of the year—a 10 percent increase over last year. But executives complained the company is the real victim if the Treasury Department approves Central States pension cuts for 400,000 Teamsters.Read more