Vote No at UPS Action Kit

Take action to defeat givebacks at UPS with the latest contract bulletins and Vote No tools.

The proposed deal paves the way for five more years of harassment, excessive overtime, subcontracting, and low-part-time wages—unless we stop it!

Together, we can send them back to the negotiating table to fix this broken deal—but only if we inform the members and Vote No.

Here are three things you can do to help make that happen.

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1. Pass Out Contract Information

Make copies of the new contract update, 10 Reasons to Vote No, and make plans to pass it out at work next week.

You have the right to pass out contract updates in non-work areas, including the parking lot, as long as you are off the clock.

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2. Order Vote No Signs

UPS Teamsters United has printed up new Vote No contract signs. Order signs and let other UPSers know it's time to get ready to Vote No.

You can use signs at a parking lot meeting or rally—or ask members to take a photo with a sign and post it on social media.

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3. Sign the Online Petitions Against Givebacks

We need to send UPS and Hoffa the message that we won’t accept these and other givebacks.

Ask them to sign the online petitions against Two-Tier 22.4 Hybrid Drivers and Low Part-Time Wages. Then share the petitions with other UPSers by email, text and social media.

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Got an idea or a question about how we can defeat UPS contract givebacks? Call TDU at 313-842-2600 or 718-287-3283.

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