UPS & UPSF Contract are Up to the Members

There’s still time to Vote No to defeat contract givebacks at UPS and UPS Freight.

UPS members are Voting No to reject two-tier 22.4 drivers, $13 starting pay and no catch-up raises for part-timers, five more years of harassment and forced, excessive overtime.

UPS Freight Teamsters are Voting No to demand a contract that reduces subcontracting, addresses our issues, and shuts the door on two-tier wages.  

We can defeat the givebacks and get the company back to the bargaining table to improve their offer. But first, we need to Vote No in big numbers.

What to Do If You Have Not Voted

Voting is being conducted online or by phone. You need a confidential PIN to vote.

If you did not receive a PIN in the mail, or if you need a replacement PIN for any reason, call your Local Union.

Your Local will give your information to BallotPoint and BallotPoint will send you a PIN by text or email so you can vote.  

The last day to request a PIN is Thursday, October 4.

Ballots will be counted on Friday, October 5.

 


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