TDU Members Stand Up to Fight for $15

TDU members marched with fellow UPS workers and Local 804 members—along with thousands of workers and other union members—all day in New York City to demand a $15-an-hour minimum wage for all workers.

 

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"We're organizing to build a better future for part-time workers, at UPS and in all industries," said Kioma Forero, a Local 804 steward and member of the TDU International Steering Committee. "It was so refreshing and inspiring to see so many workers from so many different industries come together for a common cause."

Click here to see more photos of the Local 804 Teamsters at the New York City actions.


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  • followed this page 2016-10-31 15:19:47 -0400
  • commented 2015-11-11 16:23:56 -0500
    Good for you guys hope you get it UPS can afford it. In the end UPS will use you and then pitch you in the trash like they did us retires. Its to bad you have to do that Teamsters should be ashamed of themselves. When I worked for UPS in the eighties and nineties old par timers were making more than that then. But the great Teamsters let them go to that two tier system. Thanks again big talking Teamsters.
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