Hi everyone, hope you can tell me something logical about "being part of the union" working at UPS 4 months since november. I just have some questions: 1. Kentucky is a non Right-to-Work state, and being part of the union is a requirement for get a job in UPS....I'm wrong or right? thanks. 2. When I passed three months working in UPS as a unloader, they made me sign a sheet with my goals achieved (lots of charts filled) and then the trainer told me "Congratulations! you are part of The Union", So I asked: "Oh good!, so...which are my "benefits" (not monetary) or what helps me being a part of The Union?"..I was expecting an answer, but silence..then an "I'm not sure, I'm gonna see..ok bye". 3. I would like to know in what helps me being part of The Union in UPS. I'm not a year employee, just have 4 months, and UPS is charching me $21.00 dollars in my paycheck since the beginning of february. Which are my "benefits" (not monetary) being part of The Union in UPS being a 4 month employee as a unloader? I know that dental and health insurance comes after a year, but that's a right that comes with seniority. Thank you so much for your answers. Sorry if my english is not the best, I'm not english speaker.