Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by MyTripisCut, Oct 8, 2018.
The company pulled the first offer on the Western Pennsylvania Supplement and submitted an inferior offer. This is called a "regressive" offer and flies in the face of fair bargaining. It comes under unfair labor practices.
The Teamster constitution says that three attempts are to be made if the first two are voted down.
Brother, there have been numerous threads that have discussed the language in the constitution. There are “loopholes” that allow a contract to be ratified without the required number of members voting. @Bubblehead knows them verbatim at this point.
Way too long.
Didn't even attempt to read it.
Your loss. It was poignant.
Wdfd... you want to borrow my readers pimps???
Heard he was going to be a vice prez at large on the O’Brien slate....
Sounds like the Old Guard does the same thing. Pot meet kettle, right?
How's that ?
Keep sticking your head in the sand, it's nice and cool down there.
One of the most recent ones is where UPSRising is stating that "UPS Teamsters covered by the Central Pennsylvania Supplement have ratified the agreement." Is that not a half-truth? They failed to mention why it was "ratified". A more accurate term is "imposed". Say it like it is, don't make it sound like the ones that voted "ratified" the agreement. That's bull. And that's the tip of the iceberg.
Think I got my posts mixed up... it looks like I was talking about you but wasnt.... sorry not sure what happen...
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