Update: Status of Implementation of UPS National Contract

On April 28, Local 243 will conduct a vote in-person on the Metro Detroit UPS Rider. Since this is the only unratified (or unimposed) rider or supplement remaining, a ratification here would lead to implementation of the national agreement and all supplements.

ups_thumb.jpgSo it is entirely possible that the contract will be in effect by early May -- nine months after the expiration -- and retro checks will presumably issue after that.

We stand in solidarity with brothers and sisters in Southeast Michigan in getting a good outcome to their rider.

We stand in solidarity with UPS Teamsters, and all Teamsters, in changing the leadership and direction of our union in 2021, and putting a new negotiating team in place for our next contract

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