Education for Union Power

TDU CONVENTION
November 1 - 3, Chicago

Get the education and information we need to defend our rights, organize to win stronger contracts and rebuild Teamster Power.

NEW WORKSHOPS include:

  • Secrets of a Successful Organizer: Learn the best tools for getting members involved, identifying issues and building power on the job.
     
  • Stonewalling in the Grievance Procedure—And How to Beat It: Tactics for resolving your grievance when your boss—or BA—is trying to put you off.
     
  • Defending Healthcare: As costs rise and companies demand concessions, how can members organize to protect their health care and bargain stronger benefits? The impact of Obamacare on Teamster health plans.
     
  • Special Meetings: UPS, freight, rail, warehouse, bus drivers, public employees and other industries. Plus caucus meetings for African American, Latino and Women Teamsters.

I'll Be There!

"The TDU Convention brings together Teamster officers, stewards and rank-and-file members who want to rebuild the Teamsters as a fighting union.

"It's time for a new direction. I hope to see you in Chicago this November."

Sandy Pope, President Local 805, New York

Save on Convention Registration

Take the Recruitment Challenge
Recruit 5 new members to TDU by Oct. 1 and get a free registration to the Convention. Click here and call 313-842-2600 to learn more.

Register Early
Register by October 1 and save $25. Register online or by calling 313-842-2600.

Get Advice Join TDU Donate

Recent News

UPS Teamsters United Zoom Event: Moving from Problems to Solutions

Join a UPS Teamsters United national zoom event to talk about how we can move from problems to solutions in upcoming negotiations and how you can get involved in the UPS contract campaign, Sunday, October 16 at noon ET / 11am CT / 10am MT / 9am PT.

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.

View More News Posts