Aug 14, 2018 -
This morning the Company contacted and met with President Fred Zuckerman and confirmed that they will honor the 60% Short-Term Disability for Full-Time workers at Worldport (with no cap on the 60%) that our Committee negotiated.
Aug 13, 2018 -
Louisville, KY – Over 70 Rank-and-File UPS and UPS Freight Stewards attended a meeting at Teamsters Local 89 today to review the National Master Agreement, Central Region Supplement, Louisville Air Rider, and the UPS Freight National Master Agreement. All four of these agreements received unanimous NO recommendations from the Stewards gathered.
Aug 08, 2018 -
After reviewing the proposed changes, the Teamsters Local 89 E-Board has unanimously voted to recommend a no vote on the UPS Freight National Master Agreement.
Below are some of the items we have concerns with. A document with all proposed changes is attached to this article.
Jul 27, 2018 -
After reviewing the proposed changes, the Teamsters Local 89 E-Board has unanimously voted to recommend a no vote on the UPS National Master Agreement (NMA) and the UPS Central Region Supplement (CRS).
Of primary concern in the UPS NMA is the new 22.4 Combination Driver classification, and the new wage system.
July 27, 2018 -
Attached to this article is a PDF of the proposed language changes to the 2018 UPS Louisville Air Rider. All of these changes have been summarized in full in our previous update on June 29th (read here), however this documents shows the changes in the full contract language format.
Jul 26, 2018 -
Teamsters Local 89 has received a digital copy of the proposed changes to the UPS Central Region Supplement, one of the documents that make up the contract our UPS members in the Air and Ground districts are governed by.
We are still in the process of reviewing the proposed changes, but would like to make the document available to our members to read.
Jul 13, 2018 -
Last night the IBT announced that they have reached a Tentative Agreement with the Company for the UPS Freight Agreement.
The IBT released no further details, and stated that they would not do so until the "two-person" committee where Local Unions will send two representatives to review the proposed changes.