UPS Freight Teamsters Uniting for a Strong Contract

UPS Freight Teamsters are fed up with substandard contracts. They're getting organized to Vote NO.

Ballots mail soon. Join UPS Freight Teamsters around the country in the campaign to Vote NO!

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St. Louis: "We ordered Vote NO signs and held a parking lot rally before work. We're showing UPS Freight we're united in our opposition to this bad contract."

Jeff Schnierle, Local 600, St. Louis

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Chicago: "Here in Chicago, we're getting info out. Members see all the problems with this contract. We've got a broken grievance procedure, contractors running rampant, and wage increases that don't keep up with inflation. It's time to Vote No."

Larry Paraday, Local 710, Chicago

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Cincinnati: "I passed out a petition calling for a NO vote on this contract and got nearly 100% support from city drivers at my barn."

Frank Mize, Local 100 Steward, Cincinnati


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  • Eric Gergely
    commented 2018-08-18 17:20:50 -0400
    We are told that package makes so much more money and that is why our contract is so sorry compared to theirs ,but revenue per employee is much higher on the freight side.This contract is the worst we ever had presented period
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