Download the Docket for the UPS National Grievance Panel

October 1, 2009: The next UPS National Grievance Panel will be held October 12-15 in San Diego. TDU is making the complete list of the cases to be heard at the panel available to concerned Teamster members.

Excessive overtime (9.5 violations), the elimination of full-time combo jobs and subcontracting top the list of most common grievances.

Click here to download the docket of cases to be heard by the UPS National Grievance Committee.

9.5 Violations

Sixty-five cases appear on the docket for 9.5 violations, totaling 25 percent of the 36 page docket—in a clear sign that something is seriously wrong with the enforcement system of this basic contractual right.

Full-Time Combo Job Elimination

Make UPS Deliver and Teamsters for a Democratic Union first documented the nationwide elimination of the full-time jobs won by Teamster members in the 1997 UPS strike. Click here to read about it.

Now, seventeen locals have cases on the docket charging UPS with eliminating full-time combo jobs and refusing to put those jobs up for bid in violation of Article 22.3 of the contract.

The grievances document full-time job elimination in major hubs like Baltimore, Los Angeles, Miami, New Jersey, Oakland, Sacramento, San Diego, and San Francisco—as well as smaller areas including Binghamton, Buffalo, Burlington, Hagerstown, Md., Lancaster, Pensacola, and Rochester.

Will the International Union finally deliver results on this issue?

Download the Docket

Click here to download the docket of cases to be heard by the UPS National Grievance Committee.

The UPS National Grievance Committee settles national disputes and other grievances that have been deadlocked at both the local and regional levels.

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