Get the answers to Frequently Asked Questions about what the Tentative Agreement means for part-timers at UPS. Download and share the Part-time Pay Q&A to keep members informed on the issues.
What raises will part-timers get under the contract?
Every current part-timer will get raises of at least $7.50 over the life of this contract. Some part-timers will get a raise of $8.50, $9, or even $10 an hour. By the end of the contract, every current part-timer will make a minimum of $25.75 an hour.
How do I know what my wage increases and pay will be?
It depends on how much you are making right now, and how long you've been at UPS.
- All current part-timers making $18.25/hour or less will be raised to $21/hour effective August 1 and get a general wage increase every August 1 after that.
- All current part-timers making more than $18.25/hour will get a $2.75 raise effective August 1 and get a general wage increase every August 1 after that.
- More than 62,000 part-timers will also get a one-time longevity increase.
What are the general wage increases each year?
August 1, 2023: $2.75/hour (or $21/hour wage, whichever is higher)
August 1, 2024: $0.75/hour
August 1, 2025: $0.75/hour
August 1, 2026: $1.00/hour
August 1, 2027: $2.25/hour
How do the longevity increases work?
Over 62,000 part-timers will get a one-time longevity increase on top of their general wage increase, based on their number of years working at the company.
- 5-10 years +$0.50/hr (19,000 workers)
- 10-15 years +$1.00/hr (17,000 workers)
- 15+ years +$1.50/hr (26,000 workers)
My building has a market rate adjustment (MRA). How am I affected?
Part-time workers working under an MRA will get all general wage increases on top of the MRA.
What about new full-time inside jobs?
UPS must create 7,500 new full-time 22.3 jobs.
How do these wage increases compare to the past?
These are by far the biggest part-time wage increases ever. In the last contract, the wage increase was $4.15. This time the raises range from $7.50 to $10.
How will pay work for part-timers hired AFTER August 1?
Pay for part-timers hired after August 1 will start at $21/hr. New hires will receive a 50¢ increase every year on their anniversary date. Starting pay will go up to $23 in 2027. Starting pay went up by $7.50 from 1982-2022. It will go up $7.50 in this one contract with a $5.50 jump in year one.
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