Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by 728ups, Jul 18, 2018.
Which regions are still being negotiated?
I Was told the Western was done and now they are moving on to local supp riders. Other then that couldn't tell you.
I don’t know if they’re all done but I can tell you you’re screwed
got this email Sunday
This past week, Local 804 joined many other locals that were brought to Minneapolis, Minnesota in hopes of reaching tentative Supplemental Agreements. Simply put, Local 804 and UPS do not agree.
Atlantic area supplement should be done. Heard over a week ago from BA that the supplement is better than the master. Really man? How good does it have to be to be better than the master? They still have not released it to anyone.
just good enough to protect your Mondays and your 8 a day/40 a week as a DRIVER and your OT, would be good enough to be better.
Who told you that?
Can't or won't?
I can't because I don't know. I'm not Tony Q.
I know the Southern Supplement was settled right after the master Tentative Agreement was reached but we have heard NOTHING as far as details.
In New England the company was trying to hold out on 25 cents in HW&P. Sean just waited them out. They gave in. As of last night, we now have a tentative agreement.
I wish he was our lead negotiator on the master!
I agree! He had time on our side.
Central had to be pushed through last time due to getting screwed over on Teamcare, Hope we hold out again UPS. Teamcare was a serious downgrade from what we enjoyed in the company plan, with all the medical bills that I got nickeled and dimed on, my raises were basically ate up last contract.
Not to mention this year the Deductible kicked in... (PT anyway)
FT had one also, Hoffa & Hall used the rest of the country against us that wasn't in the company plan and was already in a union sponsored health insurance, Central got hosed and most of us are STILL PISSED ABOUT IT.
From the UPS website. Teamsters and UPS Reach Handshake Agreement on UPS Freight Agreement | UPS
With agreements now reached for both the freight and small package national master contracts, discussions continue for small package supplements and local agreements. Strong progress has been made on many local small package agreements and supplements, including a handshake agreement covering more than 100,000 Teamster-represented UPS employees located in the Central Conference, the Southern Conference, and Oregon / Idaho, among others. Other local agreements and supplements continue to be negotiated.
no we r going to to strike
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