New Workshops at the TDU Convention

Check out these new workshops for the TDU Convention, Nov. 5-7 in Chicago.

Getting Results without Grievances

Is management getting its way while you get bogged down in the grievance procedure? How to avoid getting stuck and resolve workplace problems through organizing and action.


Dealing with Different Kinds of Supervisors

The boss who won’t make a decision. The fake friend. The bully. How to protect members and enforce the contract by tailoring your grievance tactics to the boss you have.


UPS Production Discipline Cases

A step-by-step guide on how to investigate SPORH disciplinary cases, collect the information you need, and dismantle management’s case.


Running for IBT Convention Delegate

Hear from past delegates how to build your campaign organization, get your message out, and turn out the votes you need to win. Plus, what to expect at the IBT Convention.


The Future of Teamster Power

The next year will set the course for the future of our union. What changes are needed to get our union moving in the right direction? And what does the TDU movement need to be doing to reach our goals?


Plus much more...

  • More workshops on pensions, grievances, bargaining, and much more.
  • Workshops in Spanish.
  • Meetings for UPS, freight, rail, carhaul, waste, UPS Freight, warehouse.
  • Caucus meetings for African American, Latino, and women Teamsters.

Click here to read more and register for the TDU Convention.

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