That is just fine if they dont want to unionize. As long as they contribute to the bottom line we keep our good pay and great benefits. Remember that UPS still needs 70,000 plus drivers to deliver hundreds of stops a day. It can't be done driving around in a freight truck.
UPS Teamster magazine makes no such statement about signing an agreement where the Teamsters wouldnt try to unionize Overnight. The article said that Overnight would be a seperate entity and that the Teamsters would closely monitor the situation to make sure no UPS jobs are shifted to Overnight. Got the magazine today and read the article twice to make sure of my info.