Local 25 Teamsters borderline criminal act?

Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Mart Man, Dec 7, 2018.

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How do you feel about this situation?

  1. Totally Wrong

    79.5%
  2. Justifiable

    20.5%
  1. UnconTROLLed

    UnconTROLLed perfection

    That made me lol
    FWIW I did stand pretty much alone against the 2013-2018 deal. Not the local supplement. Hoffa/hall/#25 really pushed a yes vote hard on the master here in NE, though..and Concessions galore since 2008.
     
  2. B-Brown

    B-Brown Member

    YES, they did! They are now acting like it was a "Hoffa deal". Wrong. The whole board pushed it. S.O. was one of the biggest proponents of that contract.

    Now it's, "Come to Local 25", "You aren't in Local 25", "Sean is a good leader", "He does a lot for Autism".

    Sad and pathetic is right.
     
  3. Boston25

    Boston25 Active Member

    was it? I never took you for such an immature person BIrv but then again I never see you at work or working your 8
     
  4. wide load

    wide load Starting wage is a waste of time.

    Yeah, it was a rhetorical question.
     
  5. Yolo

    Yolo Active Member

    Local 25 has yet to commit to not :censored2:ing over seasonals. Sad!
     
  6. UnconTROLLed

    UnconTROLLed perfection

  7. UnconTROLLed

    UnconTROLLed perfection

     
  8. B-Brown

    B-Brown Member

    Love it!
     
  9. anHOURover

    anHOURover Well-Known Member

    Because Sean raises money for slow people it’s ok for him to push concessions onto thousands of teamsters ?
     
  10. wide load

    wide load Starting wage is a waste of time.

    Signup for local 25 texts and you’ll easily see that Sean has no issue holding a strike.
     
  11. wide load

    wide load Starting wage is a waste of time.

    Thank you for opening the door for RTW
     
  12. B-Brown

    B-Brown Member

    Back in 2013, they didn't even hold a strike vote which is what they always gave done in the past. We were subjected to an administration who were going to pass the contract no matter what we had to say about it.
     
  13. BigUnionGuy

    BigUnionGuy Got the T-Shirt


    Bull:censored2:.

    Prior to 2018.... the last strike vote was taken in 1997.
     
  14. 542thruNthru

    542thruNthru Well-Known Member

    Other then this contract I don't ever remember having a strike vote.
     
  15. B-Brown

    B-Brown Member


    NOPE! Wrong again.

    Teamsters At U.P.S. Agree to Plan For a Strike

    May 21, 2002

    The International Brotherhood of Teamsters announced yesterday that its members had voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike against the United Parcel Service if no new contract was reached by Aug. 1.

    The union said 93 percent of members working at U.P.S. voted last weekend in favor of a strike, possibly setting the stage for a replay of the Teamsters' 15-day walkout against the company in 1997.

    UPS, Teamsters Reach Agreement On New Six-Year Contract | UPS
     
  16. BigUnionGuy

    BigUnionGuy Got the T-Shirt


    Bull:censored2:.

    That was some NYtimes article that was related to Local 804.


    There was no Nationwide UPS strike vote in 2002.
     
  17. wide load

    wide load Starting wage is a waste of time.

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  18. B-Brown

    B-Brown Member

    ''The strike authorization vote was not unexpected,'' he said. ''That is a normal part of the negotiating process of the Teamsters. It doesn't mean there is going to be a strike, and it doesn't reflect what's happening at the bargaining table.''
     
  19. BadIdeaGuy

    BadIdeaGuy Don't discriminate against blind preloaders

  20. B-Brown

    B-Brown Member

    So, only local 804 had a vote? The whole article doesn't even mention 804. Help us out with your "That was some NYtimes article that was related to Local 804." crap.

    This is what we were saying back in 2013. Why didn't they take a vote?

    ''The strike authorization vote was not unexpected,'' he said. ''That is a normal part of the negotiating process of the Teamsters. It doesn't mean there is going to be a strike, and it doesn't reflect what's happening at the bargaining table.''