Local 988 part time shop steward Abe Minor is doing what UPS Teamsters do in times of crisis. He is taking action to save lives and help families struggling as south Texas communities are besieged by flooding due to Hurricane Harvey.
(ONTARIO, Calif.) – Dozens of Teamsters Local 2727 aircraft mechanics and related classifications protested outside one of UPS’ largest air hubs today, saying they’re ready to do whatever it takes to settle a fair contract that protects the health benefits they and their families depend on. The protests in Ontario will continue on Tuesday as the mechanics head back to the bargaining table with UPS under the supervision of a federal mediator.
Teamsters Local 63 in Covina, Calif. recently scored a major win against UPS's violation of seniority at the Ontario Gateway Center, securing a $40,000 award for affected members.
Sister Marie Torres is going back to work. The Waco, Texas UPS package car driver who was discharged in December of 2015 has just been reinstated with full back pay, benefits and seniority. And she’s not alone.
Today marks exactly one year before the expiration of our contract with UPS. Once again, it will take the strength and commitment of our membership in Local 396 to win a strong contract.
Teamsters Local 710 UPS Freight Business Agents Ted Barnhart and John “Shaggy” Rule settled a grievance after it was deadlocked at the National Panel last month, securing a substantial pay increase and back pay for Louis Bustamantez, a dockworker.
The Teamsters Local 710 UPS Business Agent Team of Del Schaefer, Ron Dillon, Simon McNamara and Neil McKinney have been fighting hard for UPS members at grievance panels.
On May 8, Esteban Garcia sat beside a supervisor in his truck for his annual safety ride. But his supervisor didn’t seem to think the safety procedures applied to him.