UPS walked away from the bargaining table around 4 a.m. on Wednesday after the National Negotiating Committee unanimously rejected the company’s latest substandard offer. The National Negotiating Committee has left Washington, DC. Local unions and members are ramping up practice picketing and ready to strike actions.Read more
Yesterday, our union won major victories on three strike issues. UPS will convert all two-tier 22.4s into RPCDs with full pay and rights, establish Martin Luther King Day as a paid holiday, and end forced sixth and seventh punches. Big issues remain as the clock ticks toward the July 5 deadline, but this is huge!Read more
Today, UPS agreed to put a contract offer on the table by July 5 to give Teamster members time to complete voting on a proposed contract by our strike deadline of August 1.Read more
UPS contract negotiations are coming to a head and the clock is ticking. UPS has two choices. Management can negotiate a tentative agreement that the National Negotiating Committee can recommend to the membership—or the company can strike themselves.Read more
Nearly 2,000 UPS Teamsters just joined our UPS Teamsters United webinar on Practice Picketing and "Ready to Strike" contract campaign activities. Now, it's time to take action.
UPS Teamsters across the country are answering the call from General President Sean O'Brien to conduct Practice Picketing. UPS Teamsters are planning Practice Picketing, organizing parking lot meetings, and passing out UPS Teamsters United Bargaining Updates and "Ready to Strike" decals.
UPS Teamsters have voted by 97% to authorize a strike if UPS does not negotiate the contract we deserve by August 1.Read more
UPS Teamsters won a game-changing victory this week when the National Negotiating Committee reached a tentative agreement making UPS deliver air conditioning and other equipment to protect members who work in extreme heat.Read more