October 17, 2007: UPS entered into early negotiations with our union more than one year ago because shippers and stockholders were pressuring the corporation to reach an early settlement.
Convoy 246 October 2007
October 17, 2007: The most secretive negotiations in Teamster history have produced controversial agreements with UPS and UPS Freight.
October 17, 2007: National negotiations between the International Union and DHL opened in October in Arizona.
October 17, 2007: The Freight Division is taking two very different strategies from others in the Hoffa administration.
October 17, 2007: When the proposed UPS tentative agreement was presented to Local Union officials, the big selling point was “$9 an hour,” which sounds like a big increase in wages and benefit
In a contract riddled with givebacks, no one was hit harder then UPS part-timers.
October 17, 2007: In addition to wage and benefit improvements, UPS Teamsters are looking to the new contract to provide new language to protect Teamster members and their job security and to impro
October 17, 2007: The proposed tentative agreement would pull 44,000 full-timers out of the Central States Pension Plan and put them into a new UPS Plan.