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UPS Tentative Agreement Q&A for RPCDs

Get the answers to Frequently Asked Questions about what the Tentative Agreement means for Regular Package Car Drivers at UPS. Download and share the Tentative Agreement Q&A for RPCDs to keep members informed.

UPS Part-time Pay Q&A

Get the answers to Frequently Asked Questions about what the Tentative Agreement means for part-timers at UPS. Download and share the Part-time Pay Q&A to keep members informed on the issues. 

UPS Tentative Agreement Toolkit

Our credible strike threat has made UPS deliver a contract win we can be proud of. Help members understand what we won and the ins and outs of the proposed contract with the UPS Tentative Agreement Toolkit. We’ll be updating this page regularly with leaflets and answers to frequently asked questions. Use the toolkit in parking lot meetings, break rooms, and at the gates to help members cast an informed vote. 

Western Pension Fund: Myths & Facts

If you’re a full-time UPS Teamster in the West, your pension will grow by approximately $1,500 a month during the proposed contract. 

New Contract Delivers $1,000 Pension Increase

More than 60,000 full-time UPS Teamsters in the Central Region, South and the Carolinas have won record pension increases of up to $1,000/month.

The IBT-UPS Pension Plan covers Teamsters in 22 states. It is the biggest pension plan covering full-time UPS Teamsters, but for years members in it have gotten the lowest benefits of all major Teamster pension funds.

By standing together and standing up to UPS, members have won record pension increases.

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