The Teamsters and UPS are negotiating a new union contract.
UPSers across the country are passing out bulletins and uniting members to End Part-Time Poverty at UPS.
Click here to download a leaflet and spread the word in your area.
Click here to download a Make UPS Deliver email sign-up sheet to get more members involved.
Click read more to see what UPS part-timers are demanding and how you can get involved.
- Higher wages
- More full-time jobs
- Less harassment and more respect
Part-timers and full-timers alike got screwed in the last contract. This time, we need to stick together and make UPS deliver a fair contract.
Note: Part-timers who started before Aug 1, 2008 get a 47.5¢ raise Feb. 1. Part-timers who started after that date get a raise on their anniversary date.
For more information click here to contact the Make UPS Deliver network.
“UPS rakes in billions in profits every year yet some part-time employees are barely making it paycheck to paycheck.
“We deserve higher wages and more full-time jobs so we can provide for our families and have peace of mind.”
Kioma Forero, Preload
Local 804, New York
“No new contract goes into effect until the members vote on it first. Part-timers are half the workforce.
“The company needs to know we will Vote No on any contract that doesn’t include higher wages and more full-time jobs.”
Nick Perry, Preload Steward
Local 413, Columbus, Ohio