UPS part-timers haven’t had a fair shot at full-time jobs in years. But tougher contract enforcement is making UPS deliver more full-time jobs.
By standing up to excessive workloads, Local 251 put pressure on management to hire more full-time drivers to handle the work. The result? UPS is creating full-time positions and moving part-timers into the full-time ranks.
I’m Finally Full-Time
“My new business agent really went to bat for me. After 18 years, I’m finally a full-time driver .
“A full-time job means stability—steady hours, better pay and more retirement security. It’s put my family on a more secure footing. It shows what our union can be.”
Brian Werth, UPS