Union officers representing UPS Teamsters will meet with company officials for the first national grievance panel of the year, March 5-9.
TDU makes the docket available to help UPS Teamsters track contract enforcement issues.
The docket is massive—94 pages and approximately 600 cases.
The company’s elimination of full-time 22.3 jobs continues to be a national problem. Local Unions say the company refuses to fill vacant 22.3 jobs including in Los Angeles, San Diego, Oakland, San Francisco, New York City, New Jersey, Raleigh, Miami, Mobile, Rochester, Syracuse, Binghamton N.Y., Orlando, Oklahoma City, and Washington D.C.
Also of note: two locals have filed grievances against UPS for subcontracting work to the Post Office. Click here to read more about the company’s controversial Surepost program.
The UPS National Grievance Committee settles disputes and other grievances that have been deadlocked at both the local and regional levels.
Three national grievance panels will be held this year, March 5-9 in Ft. Lauderdale, June 4-8 in Providence. and October 8-12 in San Diego.
Teamsters for a Democratic Union makes the docket available to help UPS Teamsters track contract enforcement issues.
Click here to read the docket of cases that will be heard.
Click here to read the docket for the Joint National Air Committee.