End Part-Time Poverty

UPS makes $5 billion a year, but too many part-time workers make poverty wages. The End Part-Time Poverty Campaign is uniting UPS Teamsters and the public to fight for $15 an hour starting pay, higher wages for every part-timer, more guaranteed hours, and 15,000 full-time jobs in the 2018 contract. 

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UPS part-timers demand a fair contract, including higher wages and more full-time jobs.

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UPSers build unity with contract updates and parking lot meetings. 
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UPSers sign the Contract Unity Pledge. 
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UPS workers march to raise the New York State minimum wage to $15. Now, we're organizing to win $15 starting pay and higher part-time wages at UPS nationwide. 
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UPS Teamsters in Manhattan rally to support a $15 minimum wage. 
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