Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Tony Q, Jul 22, 2018.
Was thinking about this the other day. We had years and years to negotiate. Now we are giving them free extensions. Lmfao. What a joke
most members knew this was coming. A lot have strike funds
I'll bring a cooler full of beer Aug 1. Just tell me when and where!!!
I'm not negatively affected by this contract but would support the union if they decided to strike
was just talkin to a feeder buddy in sacramento. most of the older drivers like the contract . mainly because of pension issues. makes sense for older employees.
that said , if the union called for a strike , i would honor that.
I'll bring the beers..
We authorized a strike. I for one think a Strike needs to happen. We sit out a month, a week, a couple days, whatever it takes. Lets send a strong message. Lets not e no so overwhelmingly that the negotiating team has to Strike UPS. I'm all in.
I thought you liked this contract?
It seems to me that this 15,000,000,000 contract is not good enough. If it isn't lets, all vote no and send a message to strike UPS. Come on, lets do it. I can survive a strike. The company would be a little different when its over but why not take it out on the company. They don't want to give you what you want and you know you work so hard for them.
And I do like this contract, but I think I can't save the member from himself or herself, so I think we need to vote it down and get the ball rolling for the inevitably. A strike, just like 1997.
I am definitely, unequivocally voting YES! I expected in this day & age we'd be looking at giving back across the board, top to bottom. INSTEAD, we ALL got RAISES! Take that Mr. Center Manager with 4.5 years left of pension.
I have talked to approx. 44 of our employees and all voting YES! Only that lazy arse Cecil is complaining.
Yet, that's what Ceez does anyhoo!
So yeah, very happy. Thank you! Thank you!
TFL! ( Teamsters Fer Life)
I wonder what the percentage of members who are ready financially are for a work stoppage is. What do you think it is? I know our brothers and sisters in the southern region will overwhelming cross the line, but we could shut them down in paces Sean and Fred control. We shut down Louisville and Chicago and this thing is in out left back pocket.
No no no, go away. I want this to be a real conversation. We don't want any suck ass management people in here. This is for the hard core members. The ones ready to walk.
West coast Teamsters will strike.
He thinks he's being clever by trying to trick people into believing we're going to strike if they vote no.
Just another scare tactic, the pushover company shills are trying it all over the place. He knows full well there won't be a strike even if it's voted down the first time.
I would be fine if there was a strike. It would hurt my pockets for a few weeks but in the grand scheme of things who gives a .
Thats the attitude we need. How much seniority do you have?