April 10, 2014: Louisville UPS Teamsters today voted No on the Louisville Air Supplement by a margin of 2,804 - 185, a whopping 94% No vote.
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"UPS management is getting leaner and meaner. Supervisors are harassing members and pushing numbers, numbers, numbers. TDU's UPS Network is the best source of information to protect yourself, period."
Craig Karnia, Local 705, Chicago
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UPS Resources from TDU
NYC's highest-circulation newspaper reports that after refusing to back down from its decision to terminate 250 drivers, UPS agreed to give them back their jobs. The Atlanta-based company faced criticism for its stance, but then reached an agreement with the union to re-hire the drivers.
April 9, 2014: UPS and members of International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 804 will meet Wednesday to talk about the fate of 250 fired drivers, the Daily News has learned.
Two of those workers fired from UPS, one driver and one protestor, Jairo Reyes and Domenick Dedomenico, join Tamron Hall to discuss unions and the way that UPS handled the protests.
UPS fired 250 Queens drivers after they walked off the job to participate in a 90 minute protest in defense of a long-time employee who was dismissed.
April 18, 2014: TDU has produced a new packet with all the helpful guidelines and forms UPS members need to make UPS pay for sups working.
Is management handing out excessive discipline for misloads or missorts? Here are some steps you can take to protect yourself and your fellow Teamsters.
April 2, 2014: With the Louisville Air Rider headed down in flames, Hoffa and Hall are considering a secret plan to impose the UPS contract.
April 2, 2014: UPS has threatened 250 New York Local 804 members with termination. As we go to press, UPS has cut off talks with the union and has fired some of the drivers. The fired drivers were chosen at random—taking arbitrary discipline at UPS to a new low.
April 2, 2014: “When you work as a team, you can win supervisors working grievances, put extra money in your wallet and build Teamster unity on the job too.” Nick Perry, Local 413, Columbus