Nonunion Amazon's Minimum Wage is About to Top UPS's

If management and Hoffa get their way, Teamster new hires at UPS will soon be making less than nonunion Amazon workers.

Today, Amazon established a new minimum wage of $15 an hour, effective November 1.

But under the contract givebacks negotiated by Hoffa’s Package Division, tens of thousands of UPS part-timers will be stuck at just $13 an hour.

We cannot allow Teamsters under our union’s biggest contract to be paid less than nonunion workers at Amazon.

We can stop this disgrace by voting no.

Voting is being conducted online. If you do not have your PIN, call your Local Union and BallotPoint will send you a PIN to vote online or by telephone.

Vote No—and spread the word to other UPSers.

You have until 1pm on Friday, October 5 to vote.  Don’t wait!

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