Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by JL 0513, Jun 5, 2018.
America may soon face its biggest labor strike in decades
Teamsters Vote to Authorize Strike as UPS Contract Talks Heat Up
But the Wall Street Journal article is wrong, it expires July 31, not the third like the article says.
This is the first thing CNN has gotten right in 3 years.
Probably was a typo
Got to make customers nervous.I raised my strike possibly from 10 percent to 20 percent chance
I’ll bet the over
don’t strike please it’s going to be hot this summer
That's what they make beer for.
Don't worry the decision making is at the Corporate level..They know what they are doing..It also gets hot on the picket line.
CNBC reported the reason for the consternation by the union is due to 'adding Sunday as a delivery day.' What a bunch of clowns. Like that's the only reason. Just another incidence of people on the outside that don't get it.
We're going to need a big national campaign or something that goes viral on social media that explains why we're nearing the possibility of a work stoppage.
and yet when Trump says the media is lying, people don’t believe him
No strike, just keep working under the old agreement until just enough give in...
I wonder how the public will react to this?
Existing full-time drivers now earn an average of $36 an hour, or roughly $75,000 a year.
That is a lot in some parts of the country. And not enough in others. So depends who you ask.
I always wondered why it is the same wages per hour.
In the rural South, a UPS Driver makes more than the bank manager and most everybody else.
In NYC, the trash man makes as much.
Does anybody really think Trump will allow the Teamsters strike UPS?
No Clinton in office this time.
I'm offended by this fake news. I'm going to make $110,000 due to an extreme amount of overtime.
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