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Rank-and-File UPSers Share Sample Contract Proposals

Rank-and-file UPSers have compiled sample contract proposal ideas for the National Master Agreement. Click here to see what they've come up with. And make sure you attend your local union’s proposal meeting.

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Join Sara Nelson at the TDU Convention

Sara Nelson, President of the Association of Flight Attendants, has been touring the country with IBT General President Sean O’Brien. Now they are teaming up to headline the TDU Convention, October 28-30 in Chicago. Register by October 1, to qualify for up to $50 in discounts.

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Bob McNattin 1938-2022: A Hero in the Fight to Save Teamster Pensions

Bob McNattin, a longtime Teamster activist and TDU member from Minnesota, who played a leadership role in the successful effort to save the Central States pension, died Sept. 18 in Falcon Heights, MN, a Twin Cities suburb. He was 84.

Bob was a tireless union activist and an invaluable leader of the Teamster pension protection movement.

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Reports from the Independent anti-corruption Officers

The Teamster anti-corruption officers --  the Independent Investigations Officer (IIO) and Independent Review Officer (IRO) – issue regular reports to members. You can see their most recent reports, dated March 17, 2022, and July 25, 2022, on the IBT website.

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Video: Fighting Back from UPS to Amazon

We’ve got a lot to celebrate this Labor Day. Rank-and-file organizing is on the rise, and workers are fighting back from UPS to Amazon. Check out the new video from TDU.

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Teamsters Ramp Up Logistics Organizing at Cinci DHL Hub

The Teamsters Union is stepping up efforts to organize workers at the largest DHL air hub in the United States.

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Law 360: "Teamsters Gear Up For Knockout Fight With UPS"

Reprinted from Law360 Employment Authority.

The Teamsters are getting a head start on their campaign to secure a new labor contract at UPS, and experts said widespread dissatisfaction with the current agreement and new union leadership could indicate that the union is prepared to follow through on its early threats of a strike.

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