UPS Teamsters in 22 states covered by the IBT-UPS Pension Plan get a lower pension than other UPS Teamsters. This contract, we can win the pensions we deserve. On Saturday, we held a webinar to launch a national effort to inform and unite affected UPSers. Watch the webinar below. Then click here to see our Contract Campaign Toolkit to Win Better Better Pensions and order leaflets, petitions, and rally signs. A volunteer will get back with you and get you the materials and any advice you need.
The first week of UPS national contract negotiations is in the books and it ended with a bang. Our union sent company negotiators home with a contract proposal to eliminate the 22.4 classification and make all package drivers RPCDs. The company will respond when negotiations resume on Monday, May 22.
More than 1,500 UPS Teamsters participated in our UPS Contract Campaign Zoom Update. Watch the video below. Then, take action. New contract campaign materials are available. Click here to order materials and find out more about how we can work together to win the contract we deserve.
Eliminating loopholes in Article 40 is on the table in national contract negotiations and UPS Teamsters who work in UPS’s air operations are ready to close the concessions stand for good.
ABF Teamsters have voted by 97.73% to authorize a strike. The contract covering 8,000 Teamsters at ABF expires on June 30.
A new report from the Independent Investigations Officer (IIO) recommends charges against four Teamster officials for helping disgraced former IBT Vice President Rome Aloise evade his suspension from the Teamsters and exercise authority over union business.
The 2022 year-end report of the Independent Special Counsel of the Central States Pension Fund reflects the huge change in the Fund’s standing. It ended the year with net assets of $41.5 billion dollars and nearly full-funding.
More than 1,100 DHL Express workers at DHL's largest hub in North America voted to join the Teamsters in a massive victory for the workers and the revamped Teamsters Organizing Department. Ramp and tug workers voted to join Teamsters Local 100 in Cincinnati after a yearlong campaign against DHL union-busters.
Yellow’s attempt to impose a concessionary change of operations with no benefits for Teamster members has been stopped in its tracks. Instead, the Yellow NMFA will be opened and all issues will be on the table for negotiations, including wage increases which will have to be part of any new contract.