Arbitrator awards former UPS employee nearly $400,000

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    ROBO MOD I'm a Robot Staff Member

    Arbitrator awards former UPS employee nearly $400,000 - Great Falls Tribune

    An arbitrator awarded a Missoula man nearly $400,000 in a wrongful discharge case brought against his employer of 24 years, United Parcel Service of America.
  2. Lizzard Toungue

    Lizzard Toungue New Member

    Did the Teamsters win this one? If so that would be a first .I am very happy for this man.
  3. trickpony1

    trickpony1 Well-Known Member

    I clicked on the link and got nothing.
    I could be wrong but it's my understanding that when a case goes to arbitration the local union pays the attorney fees for the member.
    I think this victory is great and serves two purposes:
    1) the public becomes more informed of the antics the company is capable of and;
    2) it's a victory for the little guy, you know, the working slob just trying to make it through life.
    I would like to know more about it.
  4. scratch

    scratch Least Best Moderator Staff Member

    I couldn't pull the story up either on the newspaper's website. I was wondering if this was the Package Driver who was in the paper claiming he was harrassed because UPS kept loading his Package Car backwards on purpose?:mad:
  5. upsmanclt

    upsmanclt Member

    Looks like the guy was a sup. Does not mention the teamsters.
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