August 16, 2010: For two years, the Hoffa administration looked the other way while UPS eliminated full-time jobs.
August 11, 2010: Hoffa and Hall surrender one of the biggest gains of the 1997 strike.
July 22, 2010: Profits are skyrocketing at UPS while working conditions continue to bottom out.
June 23, 2010: The decisions from the June National Grievance Panel, June 7-100 are out. Hoffa and Hall continue to give up our full-time 22.3 jobs without a fight.
April 2, 2010: The Hoffa administration says it’s “Not the right time” to enforce the UPS contract.
April 5, 2010: IBT Vice President and Package Division Director Ken Hall says local officers and members are to blame for weak contract enforcement because they bring cases “with no facts.”
March 26, 2010: President Hoffa and Ken Hall responded to TDU’s calls for stronger contract enforcement in a conference call with UPS shop stewards.
March 19, 2010: The decisions from the first meeting of the National Grievance panel of 2010 are now available from TDU.
February 26, 2010: Did the International cut a secret deal to let UPS eliminate thousands of full-time 22.3 jobs?