Western UPS Teamsters Say NO to Concessions

August 29, 2013: Western UPS Teamsters, who rejected UPS's first offer two months ago, are uniting to put forward reasonable demands for the Western Supplement and Southwest Rider.

Click here to get a leaflet on those proposals. Copy and distribute widely.

Teamster officials now claim that in September they will reveal to members what healthcare benefits will be included in the next offer, and then will bargain with UPS over other vital issues.

We need to stay united and be prepared to Say No One More Time to win gains and protect our healthcare benefits.

August 30 Day of Action

Some UPS Teamsters in the Southwest are organizing rallies and gate-leafleting for tomorrow, August 30. This marks two full months since the historic No vote.

We encourage all UPS Teamsters to get the word out in the weeks to come.

Click here to get involved or send us a message.

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