The International Union and the company have teamed up to sell contract givebacks at UPS and UPS Freight. With the contract vote count approaching, UPS and the Hoffa administration are scared—and with good reason.
Members at UPS and UPS Freight are positioned to reject givebacks and win a better contract—but we have to Vote No first.
Vote Yes Propaganda
Hoffa and UPS have flooded members with Vote Yes propaganda. The company and International Union materials are hard to tell apart. That’s a disgrace.
Management is openly campaigning for a Yes Vote. The company has sent out DIAD messages to try to get employees to Vote Yes on company computers.
In some areas, management is campaigning in the parking lot and in the building for a Yes vote.
It is criminal that Hoffa’s Package Division has joined in this phony Vote Yes crusade, instead of standing with the members to win a good contract.
Vote No Can Win
Hoffa can collude with the company, but the fate of the UPS and UPS Freight contracts is in the hands of the members.
Contract ballots will be counted on October 5.
The votes that are cast between now and then could make the difference.
Vote No to stop contract givebacks—and spread the word to other Teamsters. Voter turnout is lower. It’s our job to turn that around.
Download Vote No leaflet at UPS leaflets.
Download Vote No at UPS Freight leaflets.
What to Do If You Have Not Voted
Voting is being conducted online or by phone to a computer. You need a confidential PIN to vote.
If you did not receive a PIN in the mail, or if you need a replacement PIN for any reason, call your Local Union.
Your Local will give your information to BallotPoint and BallotPoint will send you a PIN by text or email so you can vote.