Uniting Against 70-hour Weeks at UPS

UPS Teamsters from Local 251 and across New England are standing strong.  UPS tried to unilaterally implement a 70-hour work week. We’re fighting back.

Joint Council 10 principal officer Sean O’Brien put management on notice that New England Teamsters are united against the company’s actions.

UPS management wanted to force drivers to come in for a sixth punch this weekend. That did NOT happen.

This morning, Local 251 members met in the UPS parking lot in a show of force. UPS Teamsters across New England took the same action.

UPS drivers in Local 251 were asked to start early this morning. They declined the optional early start.

We’re not going to go out of our way for the company when management is going of their way to ignore driver safety and violate our rights as union members.

United, we win.

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