UPS National Grievance Decisions

March 19, 2010: The decisions from the first meeting of the National Grievance panel of 2010 are now available from TDU.

The most common grievance at the panel dealt with Article 22.3 and the company’s elimination of full-time combo jobs we won in the 1997 strike.

Members across the country have filed grievances to save thousands of full-time combo positions that the company is eliminating in violation of the contract. The national panel did not hear any of these cases in 2009. Hoffa and Hall kept that streak intact at the first panel of 2010.

More than twenty Article 22.3 grievances were put on “committee hold.” None were heard.

Click here to download the minutes of the March national grievance panel.

Click here to read more TDU coverage of full-time combo job elimination.

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