As UPS Freight members are called back to work after voting to approve the company’s Last, Best and Final Offer, local unions are asked to be vigilant to make sure the company abides by the contract.
(WASHINGTON) – Workers at UPS Freight represented by the Teamsters Union have ratified a new five-year agreement that was the company’s last, best and final offer, averting a national strike. Members approved the contract by a 77 percent to 23 percent margin at local union meetings held from Nov. 7 until today. The agreement covers approximately 11,600 workers at the company.
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(WASHINGTON) – Our members at UPS Freight rejected the tentative agreement in a vote on October 5. The Teamsters National UPS Freight Negotiating Committee went back to the table with the company to address member concerns. Unfortunately, the company refused to address a number of key issues for our members. The company presented the negotiating committee with a last, best and final offer on October 24 that our members will vote on beginning November 7 with the results announced on November 11.
Leaders of local unions representing UPS Freight Teamsters have voted overwhelmingly to send the company's Last, Best and Final contract offer to members.
The Teamsters National UPS Freight Negotiating Committee has received a Last, Best and Final (LBFO) contract proposal from UPS Freight.
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